The Clay County crescent
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Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: August 27, 1964
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
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VOLl'MK 38 XO. 33 OREN COVK SI'RISOS, l'LORID.TJlUnSD.t., Al'<1rST 27, Uk 4 O ... 10 C. NTS PER COPY
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Green Cove Seeks First Republican i Kslly In .

Renewed Discussions On County; Holley Speaks

Base With Reynolds !

Quiet Birth Of County'sTwoparty
The City of Green Cove will put out feelers looklnl toward -- ----- -

resumption of negotiations for sale of the deactivated Navy Keystone Voters

base to Louis Reynolds Richmond Industrialist. System Draws
Reynolds' proposal to purchase the property was turned O.K. Town Hall

down by the Commission two weeks ago on the grounds It msde
no provision for securing purchase of the properly beyond Construction of a $3X000. Approximately 150 PersonsCharles

Reynolds' pt'rsonailianature; and further that Reynolds steadfastly town hall was authorized at a |I 'rTp s.7 tic

refused to commit himself on his plans to put payrolls special election In Keystone W a ._ -r------1 II Hollo1, Republican gubernatorial, candidate attarkei .

Into the base. Heights Tuesday i I what he railed 'Uie ruthless policies .ivl practice ot
Under terms of a resolution passed by the Commission at The vote was 139 to 118 with A I
I the llaydon Dome |x>litlcal nmchlne' It a Green Cove rally,
the end of a hectic three-hour session Tuesday night, Berwick only 38 of the'A'n"1 298 re.-is |I ____ billed M the County's first Republican rally In history. last I
Anderson was authorized and directed to express to Reynolds' tried voters sbstalnip.j taturdny night '
Commlsslon'a The proposed town null has
attorney, Frederick H Kent of Jacksonville the Sharing the platform with Harold Hill, Republican candidate
been the renter of controversyin '
two objections to Reynolds' rejected propobal.The .
for the Slate Legislature, Mr. Holley told I group of aptroxlntately
special meeting of the Commission heard Dun Downs. Keystone for four montlis .N .
ISO persona that these practices are "already beginning
Orlando Industrial broker who was Reynolds' representative In After the Town Council dc t
to exert a toll of some of the BUtt'i mutt valuable and
the protracted negotiations which started last Fall, outline the cMed. by resolution in April
experienced career employes, and are causing many businessmen
benefits of acceptance of the offer. to ro ahead with cor.siiur.un.: .
to make 'Insurance' contrlbutloiu to avoid reprisals la MMit
that under Reynolds' using a loan from the Keystone .
Downs pointed out to the Commission "
Mayor Burns should become the next governor of Florida
offer the City would retain properties at the base, Including the State Bank, a group of of
To srawmrd observers, the rally larked the lip experience
electrical distribution system and taxpayers brought suit acainrt\ t .y
water plants,
golf course .
On the other hand It had a sincerity of purpose not prtva.lent
value of $623000 From the Council and secured an m
sewage system on which he placed a
among thoM who have hud It made imlltlrally The mrrtnienllon
this he showed the rejected proposal called for Reynolds' payment I junction of their party's standard' bearer, Starry Ooldwater. tent
to the City of $150,000 in cash $103.000 In the first and Last month. Circuit Judge
the small crowd Into a fervent round of clapping
bond issue and of C. A. Luckle handed down a'
thirtieth payments on the assumption a personal
In the tort of bare knuckles campaigning that U already ahallmaik
note in the amount of $672,000. decision In the n'a'tr entoln- "
of the national Iteptibllrsn "crusade, Holley warned
concluded from these figures, the of some the town\ from borrowlnt '
Downs accuracy Ing I# Mi listeners that they ahoul.l "not be surprUed If pollsters and
r-f which was challenged that the City would receive the equlva the fund an< from any further : tidings of campaign" contributions ihow an advantage' to Mayor
lent of $1,550,000 for the property or a profit of $865000 work o nthe building un Hums

Downs, who will receive a $50,000 fee from the City If Reynolds ill a referendum of the town's Quoting a statement ot tin Florida Development Cornmla-

buys the property, pled with commlMlonert to give him a voters could be held. Charles R. Holley, Republican gubernatorial candidate, I LI) and Harold lull Heeubll.rsa Ion Chairman Wendell Jarrard to the subcommittee of the
mandate which he could take to Reynolds and reopen the discussions. Judge Luckie ruled that the candidate for led 81te Legislature, Ir.) st led ReeubHran rally In Ctrern ('eve's riurlda Committee on Governmental Reorganisation three

Town Council's "resolution"was Spring rack lest KsUrda night. The rally ws billed as Ihe first nevebllran rally In Ihe weeks ago, the candidate said "many of the Development
The resolution, proposed by Commissioner Taylor was In effect sn Illegal ordinance C'eunly's hlttory, Commission's most capable men have already left for tear they

passed after a long discussion ot its wording. would not survive the change of administration In January
Anderson was expected to confer with Kent later this week - --- Holley said he 1s not discouraged. by the fact so many business .

and Downs said he would meet with Reynolds In Richmond on Starke To Gc Innhe people have told him amt members of his organisation. "I .
c Holiday Three Recent Power
other business today.Third I
will vote for you In November, but don't expect me to supportyou
publicly," The only thing that worries him he tail "U that
A 100-UuH Holiday Inn will said "Is placing eii>pass. the voters who do not know UM !Issues and tend to vole for

GCS Family be constructed Burke, according on Interstate location.. Cone Failures Hit Local Mill whichever candidate appears tu be rlvNhe moat support
. announcement racy to this trend.'*. are von tale "
to an will vole lot my opponent without reeUUu* thai apparent
Plans made today by the '8tark,* vlnred Of the continued growthof support will vanish a I the polls.
Frolics Completes Bradford County Chamber of tourist travel I on U, 8. High The power failure In Oreen Cove recently forced the Holley was preceded on the speaker's platform by mil.liasaee .".

Commerce. way 101. This highway, along' Green Cove Yarn Company to reUiread IU machine al a costestimated that Hums' organisation has compiled lists of state employee .
The Executive Committee of Bradley' Drug Store Park II. A. Bishop. Chamber prcsl- with State Road 1M, will be conservatively at $ 000. to .be retained. and those Id be replaced,. Morale U low lit

the Family Frolics met last way Pharmacy, Oreo* Shop dent., said "this Is the first used for both primary travel I Dan Bhaw, superintendent of the Yam Company, admitted many of the state offices for this reason,, arc' there are many
Monday evening to complete Oclger'i Store. Western Auto. major breakthrough In many end Inrreaslngly. u a crossover to The Crescent that this wu the third such failure since employes who despite the fart they are supposedly protected. by

plan for the Family Frolic Brown' Hardware, Msyhugh'a year In our efforts to lead artery between Interstate he arrived In Oren Cove on May M.Burttnton the merit system, have 'been told they would be wise. to seek
scheduled to be held on Labor Drug Store. Qul-81-Ssna Coffee Stark and Bradford County l highway 71 and IS.* II I Industries officials say electric power In the other employment before January*

Day September 7, at Spring Shop J. P. Revel' Ford Into a more rapid pace of prog- The Starlit Inn will eon. local plant costs several! thousand dollar annually more' than Holley was preceded on the speaker's platform fey IfUI. 45yearold -

Park, suiting at noon. Uo /rama. Beseler Motor. rill development lain a coffee shop and dining the serf!. usage would cost' In almost any other community retired Navy man and! now a student at the University/

The City of Green Cove Is Cleo Dobson Beauty Salon. M p Bturdlvsnt presidentof room the latter capable of I I Shaw said he had conferred In the post with both City of Florida
and the Clay Theatre, Joy's Shop, Williams less than SCO registered Re
improving cleaning up the franchised company conversion to private meetingor official and representative of the Jacksonville Municipal Pow IUD said his small croup
park for this annual celebra Hardware that will own and operate the banquet space AddlUNllln."I cr company from whom UM City of Omen Cote purchases publlrans are "sworn to spend our ,lime talents and treat.ure .

tion. Trophies for this event are Inn, noted that "the whole. the normal Holiday Inn lower and retails It to local user toward establishing a Republican party In Clay County
The schedule of events will being donated by: Green Cove hearted support and cooperation arch will prevail t.nd.1 I A greet deal' of time has been spent he said In ""11ft' to
In letter dated July 14 Mr. Bhaw wrote the ofJaclaonvuh's
begin at noon with the Flan Springs Yarn Company, Clay of the Burke city administration swimming pool 21 a City induce men of high calibre to seek office as candidates of our
Fry. The program for the ro- ton Revels Chrysler-Plymnuth. and the assistanceand switchboard, televlslan' year ,j power plant repreeenUUve M follows; party HiU attributed his lack of success to "the biased election

malnder of the day 1s, 1:00p. : Inc.. Van Ness Dulck-Pontlae. Initiative of the Chamber round air conditioning etc I I Local offUlsl of Burlington have repeatedly pointed out ass designed to prevent opposition.

m. Swimming Contest; 2'00) Inc.. and Thunderbolt Raceway of Commerce have been major lo Jacksonville rower "the seriousness of this situation" and Me tail! down a I point program which he promised to

p. m. Bingo and Baby factor In site choice decision. .- -- - recited that "the outage (power failure) on Thursday, June II, work for ss the County's representative In the lisle Lsgtsla

Crawl; ::1:10: p. m. Old Fash- Olrls who are Interested laparUdpatlng ""The tnnkecplng Industry"I KOTICEl ''I'II I cost us curtly I..IJJ. This does not Include the Burlington ture These are I
I protest continued, "loaaee from outage occurring on June I, I the III legislature should
toned Frolics which will Include In .the contest< Alt OUrCIIANOtM j jI L run order of business for "
contests of many klnda; are asked to contsvt OeorseTurner WILLIAM IICNKT. IL | and June 1$, when part of our machinery WM down. W. were be a Constitutional amendment U remove reapportionment of
too: p m. Fire Engine Ride; at 3M-IM9 or Mr*. ETiTKNS TO ALMA aunal''I Sale tai collections In 1.I 1.!surprised to learn that this was a switching error on the part he states from the realm. of the Supreme Court.

1.10: p. m. Miss Family Frol- Jack 8aam at 214-IJTO. William P. Henry Jr., who 1' the County last month to I of the City of Jacksonville and with proper attsnUoo, soul I A recpporttamment plan to give each county one ..11&.
ice Pageant; 1:10: p. m Clay High :I taW more thai $14000. arise have been atolded.I ." Tar and apportionment of the House on a population buts.

Community Sing and at 1.00 motorcade Plans this which year win Include form at a I School was graduated the class from of UM, ha of 44 per cent from the !I III I On Saturday, July It, the Oreen Cove Yarn Co. had an I A complete. revision of the State Constitution to bring

Fireworks band and year earlier period arcord* other elicit power failure which most the company IPIJfOI1.I 1& up to dale and make It underitsrutsble.
Onsnt' \dons participating the Charles E. Bennett School.st : been engaged as at his alma I Ing to J. Ed SUaughn dl. ):I moMy/ ...000 At thai time Yarn Company officials sspres *d 4 Annual .....1/1.. of the LglUture for reason of eeon.omy .
2 o'clock,this Saturday Aug. choral director '
In this year's frolics are I the position vacated rector of the Stateinane surprise that 'this outage wag caused. by lightning! Ibsrause we end tffklenryRevise, .
win be In the
29. There earl mater I
O C 8 Junior Woman Club; motorcade representing each' by Mrs. Lou lien Mid!.,. CotnnvlsUon. j I thought I our line were protected and thai lightningwould I the state election' taws by removing the party
O C 8. Jayceea. B. P, O. Doe, graduated in t The County rise was close I not cause an outage ,' loyally oath and other requirements designed to enhance one

Elks Lodge. Rotary Dub, participating route followed organUstloa win be OrantePark. The December Mr Heney INI was from the School to 10 per cent greater than 'I'I'f i 1 I The nature of Ole Oreen Cove Tern Company operation party monopoly In state politiesTases .
VFW. VJA Wayside Mono- I the ttauwlde average of III I I. are a burden that In the final analyst are re.
Meadowbrook Bellalr, of Fine Art at the University official said, 1* Neb that outages, me though they are .
man' Club and the Volunteer percent fbvted In the selling prtese of mesa end services Therefore wemust
Middlebrug. Doctor Inlet of Florida, and U presently eta f 'matter of seconds' neatly affect the processing. of yarn by
Firemen. At the same time gasoline j have no new lees oral at net, opportunity remove those
Penney Farm Jack Oarrard dying for We master .degree.He eoddew rerfurUon .heel, making It nsrsnary to strip out sndreload
tai consrtton la the County which moat restrictive to economic growth Under no eun
The Miss I Family FroUce are
Joseph all machine In the
ls In chase.Mrs was a student of Mr pUnt"Yara
Beauty Pageant I II open to I rose from 11"01 In u1"1 gjtkM III we vote foe a grocery or gedwine! tai We wtlt not vole
and his major I offUUI have served Ihe Ja k.
Mlnrher Company notice on >
young ladle from IS to II Jack Sum and Oeorte INI to $...111 last to remove the Intent ef homestead ......tlo...
musical Instruments an the sonviBc rower Company that "when outages oceur as a result
year of ape True year* win Turner have been Invited to TW 41 per cent fin com .' 7. The killer brtd* on Hlgbwsy IT have accounted for
aauphone and ct.artMLJUt of negligence, we feel H only fair thai restitution be ..... to us
flee win rerelTe' swards which' appear on Channel 4'1 Midday piano pared to a sUtewtde rise ofepptwtinuUiy many desire and unioM property dam..... We shell piece those
have bee donated by the fol. Program September .. at one father William P. llsney.of I pf eeeil.Oountywlde I covering our lose**. I results More led |-..... responsible for nowaetlvtty In correct*
Ones Cove. WM formerly a .... further meetings between, ,......u... of the Tars
tewing: Irving I Department o'clock to dlsruee the Third sales' Us I log these leaps and lap a running wore of new .deaths and
and formed the band Cove and JafisocrrUle Power Com
the of Oroea
musician Company, City
Store, Bank of Oreen Ore Annual) Oreen Cove Spring lertlon Lot month reflectealce i Metd nls before them M e manner calculate- U forte action.
Spring Thiba ult's D. k tr,.. Family FroUca. at the Beaoreeec High Svhool ta the ncUr.av.,twod of fang, are e/hedttM for the near fwturc. Whether the cut-ram I Mate Richie, ", sill onee egaln have meaning with a RepuMwen .
among other It was hi* fs- approximately $m.0M. I of u.eu..... will be. more premlea or some Method of I President. With the return of Stale Rights. the
who tasted him bit wind falhereo remalM to be .....
then C tm.UN further power e returned l to led
I -- UUe we sill .Insist on county rights being
Ready For School; Mixed Views Instruments courtly end Individual rights returned to the Individual

I We promise the MUftI the greatest rood building program .

How many of the County The Crescent Indicates ml ted .In Ms haler r, t Aa, M lo espial this Islet.I_ ____
IjOOO youngster' who .ta' emotion' t* the ejoestion ofrewdtnewi -- ---
week win return to their stodWe to get bed to the 800 Sign Bridge Petition
G. Honored J Bonds
are ready for summer" .grind. Repliee ringed from flat Doyle PopularIn

end' Xei. .. a resignation In the .

A butt cross-eanpBiig' by face of the tnevtUblo. The Board of County Oosnesasaior*** and U* rte commas trwawming W th earl By) Doctors Inlet Clay County
stone of Ones Cove and Orange fart win bs pXtuor d si theft Rwiiey sail lies peuileei wwuM be s*M.....-. lo IM (Jf....

f n1 Lathing to see* keimedisU Mate allot ta r**..idia the cove Cog c-...... at I .....S enl Tueeatey W.M aM4 MIre w, arid M/s IMiorge ftoyleseeiofs County, rseldent purchased.

sinew. dsaevwe wowVn bridle a KJOwsr 11 peer Oinriim Came Comswuamsi al Ms regwUr massing. .. .K .II Heta4 of Ire land on whiehIho more than IM.OOO of C: and
Crert ,I UM a8 IMsveeted rsUsvM attend thswe ..at.,... fkwtots bJe Clvio League H U S iOlKSS\ bonus, U the

1w AMor. &ng to RM Balky, a reUrtd marine en,t-r wn .e The petMMS bMgee Mel the Owvernafo Creek bwlee Is 'I kvik *< le keeled wtf oo hotveee4 first seven month' ef the year,
I hone k kicaud st Ihe emlhwesc end of the bntV* *** **> HMO fe aarrwwer Mss iKe Mowvsl iws..,..... lhs>l He .had kt swmacrs el the l le.reel ftle; constitute tit por

A mal..b tot pewit n.sVots hove signed the r. UM> I aVKM of st* ton to m<*U4 SM.r Uawet deify **4 U+t the load a anew and loufwl sing ale'ey sent ef the County'i revbwdVMU
Bailey hn4 .uie road asjthMiuse Stu U:at IM oat of. Geed- were '*M not to '""or" .-. taMH. en the s""*e or'* loIhe :''I e'bl . II on lite Msltng ||),.000 got

M bald screw of Ifcrtr mooUn oa u.. e.1)wt. e< afl l.*ee *4 the I betdge sea eMhvr .4. lo be easily wet oy amoemhiu eaIsis..Thhe a.ecw'I prestos IMF

' ? and* between Orange Park and Or-. Cove. R-.,.,.4 Ihalr.pl.rcratne. .. July sales, which were If"" '.
.-.-w----- -------- e< the rUetrwwy It OnmmMM had. avw.H. lUlpkus. I. .-&Jt of sV....>o.", UW.*.... masse ')e IM The. I cage. has aaksdclMMer slid Mtder the ssven-tnonth

Mete Roar dsotwsee ., I..a Eevr. .......* I ..>. s&ttrkt. eU rvvevsfwUtlwe, as atlas ........, It .*d ..,.,. of 1M **w stas4 ,../.. Thyme wad bo at.*T se.*Mes ..e 1st like awes to sendrepeeMAUtivee etsraa-c, were UJW, ThoCswtly'e

Me. ... Wes WBteaw H.EM Me. sod Mew. WlMUee tsdy.I the Uwws brto*** were osj Uta yore. b.*.*... seat fwd t Mo ..,..., .Mso-srsne osw-M. krido or sip rural beep 'I a .a 4 Secede. average punhasee
.. kw a seoswr a* I buss stewed '"r ** R PhflBao easwa. of tN FWe f.... trafisa>orUM owr ....... bum .... !. angel awl bees NMCMt we kmtied lo kiss ...... efio. for the first seven month WMaporeitosalehr
9* .. a nsliiir .( Ore., .. Net .lsirv W. N ....w .., the l/*. ..w> "'I I
Oar Btb. rMa hoi kw*. ',I fart*. aad Slfr.ai.g. to Cb DwasvesVnot I TMrd 1 < II per cent
... ........ M rbrd M I Fwet" Mgt Tew h rw.r ** fctitr said M part 1 gt.M add we art ties **U. the gates, *** .*4 fsstttee of pros Cove. oath PM sad CUf netsTho duwter Old bo followed higher, with respett to tusjuele.

eetlN1uMnsalsumIwcwt I ..*. S.SMLtCosBosxd- j t I th. .... ef sew st rtsjrve yes ref.r le e* C. f It and yew seeM CswaMy if es. fell ef mind CM*VMI was *.*.e4 off IMo M 'j I I kf the .*....l slr>etn. than the statewide average
ewe ..ISJIL N IMee !: sisistil thai OHT wt3 be ffseeaSdgb anarriy kw ,,... ae*. j '". drgawe> ...a*o MIN. awao Ooferaore. Area. I .




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(Elay{ County (Ercsccui , otlihher away at school by then*. Blossom, aced went. to live with>> Beat pragress ha been made on roads. Today, with us

her mother. a relatlonabip that never quite jelled until 901 four-Janed In Bradford County, and State Road'100 i rebuilt -

by DUNCAN GRONER shortly before the old lady died at 9$. She. visited her and widened within the county, a* well as a fine tt-

brother by. then the Inspector General of the IL S. Army work of secondary roads Bradford properly can claim the

The That Fail But no where did. she find the all-encompassing. love she title of "tfte Crossroads of North Florida.
Lights Uaynesboro, Pa. Aug. 22 !11 Mrs. Blossom Reed,
had lost at a girl. And when her brother died: some years So much for the past, although much more could\ be
II, daughter otrthe late Walter Reed, discoverer) the
ago she wrapped herself in a shell, a* her mother bad said:
care for .yellow fever died today. Burial wlU b* InArlington
Three recent power failure In Green Core hare ham done. Life, she seemed to be saying had hurt her too much.
pered the Green Cove Springs Yarn Company's struggle to ,. NaUonsI Cemetery, But In the heart of that boy the wa love and:laughter The present and future can be summed up in a few

manufacture itretch yarn locally at a prat t. ,CThlt Item appeared Sunday In The Times-Union. And the security of life and sunshine and such. wild, trick on words* Men and organization who are co-operating phil

Where there I* a power failure, each one comet at one"Is moved to ask; I* that all Was there nothing: of note the moral of his family a* glngerale-drinklng contest and the leadership of Telegraph an active, enterprising\ newspaper theBrad'fGnf

something like .f,009-plua to Burilngtoa Industrie In all those eighty-one years beyond this old woman' all hidden wells of joy County

Burling official mar deny It, hut It U an Indlipntable choice of fathers Were there no dream, no hope, no love She lie now next la> her father en those rodtjr ridges Organization working together Include the Notary,

fact that the company' decision U conitmct two "ol Cl- to make those long years endurable end meaningful? Only And no one will ever be quite like her to that boy of twelve, Lions, Elks American Legion, Clvttanj, Ministerial AlllaiKr -

mllllon-dollar additions U IU stretch run plant at Illf h the vital itatlstlcsTEvery Bradford Civic Roundtable, Starke Jayceee,1h: the

Feint. . at the expense ef IU Green Cove plant. . was newspaperman knows the deep frustration of senior and junior Woman's Club, and' of. course, the

bated to some extent en the uncertain powerflew locally. trying to make sense, to give some substance to tbe year Lefs Live To It Startt-Brsdford Chamber of Commerce
of a itranger'i life that I II over, An obituary usuaQy windsup Up
Three power failure la ICM than ninety dayi de not The Civic Roundtable, for Instance;. whicfr Includes
u string of date A* the written residue of a life how
bode wen for ear Indus trial'In tar*. brief (An Editorial frows the Bradford County 1IRJft'P6)It representatives from each organization in the county, iuceessfuny .
ever or long It I* a poor substitute because. the one
The time hat HIM for Green COM aotborlUe U Uy is tackling several problems by'enlisting; the aid of
who might have filled In the gaps It gone and those who are Len'eltl'D that we have an edUotlafi! "written forus" '
It en the line In Jacksonville< . from Mayer Barns right left closeted an group on a united front. One of ttlr project under
In their
are :
grief. and especially one to compOmcDtacz- and! gracious a*
down the UM . that la a very treat nearare ear .lability How consideration now Is the building of a civic center: ; an enterprise .
the Associated know
wa Press to wttat joy and that appearing In Monday's Issue of the Gainesville Dally
and growth depend pen an BnbrekeB flew ef eleetrie love and warmth this old woman once radiated? Or the Sun. which no one group could handle'alhe
power. sense of laughter and reverence, of irreveranee and tecurIty Becaave such expression from "tjucrttfetV: are to, The Chamber of Commerce under the-dynamicleader.

U we sit till and allow this foolishness to continue, of comedy: and tragedy the once gave a lonely boy stimulating the morale. we are wring' trio B&erty of reproducing ship of Pete Novak now U conducting-srsurvey in-a realistic

we will be the homo, aae again, ef a raeant Bin. Blossom Reed, christened Emllie, wa born In Georgetown the editorial In 'these column In the belief that effort to find out what can be done tohelp' increase the

a suburb of Washington, the second child and only tbe widest possible! distribution should be gives .t*> ft* senti growth of the county
daughter !pf a young Army surgeon It must have been a mentor
man' household for her Imperious mother occupied herself The Bradford County Development Authority recently

A Matter PressureRalph with the art and wa* left apparently, to her' own device If you read the original editorial In the Son so much authorized and paid for a promotional'. film- "Florida
of Suffering from the most terrible of an fate risited upon a the better. You can clip this one and tend1' to a friend In Four-Seasons Count," and COplea-ol-tt1at' fllhr are today

little girl: a big brother, Blossom Reed soon learned to exer-, distant part who might like to know what U going on In distribution channel and being ihowir all over the

Bailey, of Green Cove, and approximately 800 ese all the wile and charm of her.sex to establish her superiority these day In Stark and Bradford County n you havent tOWlItr1.
County residents who have aimed the petition on the Governors over two mere male Sh twisted her father and already rea4'to then you;, WIll ondooMedly welcome this
Creek bridge have served a useful purpose If the her brother, around her finger and then laughed, at them. opportunity to "sec ourselves a* other see ns." The BCDA alto ha authorial! # the first phase of a

three governmental bodies: the County Commission and the Her father who had received his medical'degree at the Captioned "Bradford';On the March" the Sun' editorial payroll-building plan by a public relation flint and again
takea here the approach U first: what it-wromr stout: our' .
will country :
of Oreen Cove and Orange Park laid:
city University of Virginia whll he wa till what.'we call todaya
and secondly, what can we do to correct and improve
In the matter.Mr. "
strong position "teen-ager, wa subject: to military order that took him Bradford
County ha made good during pant those condition,
Bailey U correct, we believe, In charging state road and
his ftmlly from the Apache country of the. West (wherehe
but '
of their mouths yean are signs now that our neighbor to>
authorities with talking out of both corners wa* the only phytkUn within a radius of fifty mile) to the north lOOn will step up the pace. So, boiled down, the outlook for BradTbrtf I* good
on what and when something will be done to eliminate the the research laboratories of Washington The family moved Progress hat been made, but government, civic religiousand

three fearful road hazards between Orange Park and Green with the frequency and east of all military famllle The list of advance made It Imposing Take Industry business leader are not satisfied.: Today they are work

Cove There U, apparently, nothing new In this and It will Walter Reed must have been a man who unbent only' for Instance Bectuae of a realistic tax situation two large ing together and that can only result hr a Bradford County

be only when sufficient pressure U- brought to bear on re- before the onslaught of his daughter manifest charm H* companies have located in Bradford when they easily marching ahead,

sponslble official. . taught her reverence before God and laughed at her Irreverence could have put plant In an adjoining county And just one

before man and Idlocyncracin.: of those companle pay more than 190,000 taxes a year to

It could not have been an easy task this business of Bradford County.Or .

upsetting her father' reserve. He had wooed and won his
Virtue In ModerationThe haughty wife with volumes of Shakespearean sonnet and medical facilities Not so long ago, Bradford wa
No without a public hospital, but now It ha the Bradford I SEE YOU AlEchie's
the poetry of Wordsworth and Tennyson; each volume engraved -
County Hospital which recently wa* Increased to a t0-bed
in gold with the legend "EBL from WR" It was a
County's first Republican political rally, held In facility. And only month ago, a new 4-bed nursing home
measure of the man' gallantry that he did not. inscribe
Spring Park on Saturday ,evening was not, we think an was added to the county', medical set-up
them "WR" to EBL. For It wa a msn' world when Victoria :
for the two-party system which we
auspicious beginning was setting the fashions worshipping the bed and Then there1 recreation. The county now bout a I

very strongly favor gubernatorial candidate garment' of her dead husband Indeed from the day of hi* Starke Golf and Country Club, at well at new boat ramp
Charles Holler, the marriage until he died, twenty-odd year later, CmllleBlackwell for fishing and boating and a bowling alley. The active
showed a patent contempt lor moderation.The Lawrence Reed, his wife, addressed him even, Bradford County Recreation Board It making good progress
against his opponent.
nub of Mr. Honey's charges apparently, In the privacy of their boudoir a* "Dr. Reed In providing badly-needed facilities all over the county.:
that the latter 1s ready to clean
Htydon Burns, was
Mayor Whether he Insisted on this degree of formality will never IN
house In the State Capitol. Men who have grown old In the be known. But he made up In affection to his daughter One of the best of recent Improvements has been the-
sinecures Tallahassee.'' Mr. Itolley seemed to be saying, establishment and growth of the Bradford County ft\\?.
what h* failed to receive from his wire. The girt wa his
have been warned that under Oowernor Burns they may "Little Blossom a nickname which, unfortunately, clung Under the leadership of State Rep, A, J. Thomas Jr, Imposing

have to work which would mean somewhere else. to her throughout her long life. new buildings have been erected at the fair grounds, ORANGEMEirVr

The Bryant administration has been marked by mediocrity When th* wa seventeen year old. Blossom tleed 'two successful fair have been staged (within less than a

a lack of vision and ft minimum of courage . and father wa sent off to Cuba. the head of a medical' team ,.art..neS plan now are In process for addition whkh win
a geographical favoritism this or any other state has consolidate the Bradford Pair's title ** the fastest-grewine
that would, try to er.ckh.. riddle of yellow fever, the
rarely soea \ i scourge thai had left million dead In tr 4 American South,, .4 U 'one- In* north Florida. i ,
Is right < '
We hope Mr. Holler t1'f In South America and the Caribbean. When Dr. Reed runeup Of course the foundation for any county growth b alOUd

** ,with proof that the ascent of yellow fever wa* a mosquito business-like government and here; too progress ha ..
and no human contact with a victim of the disease. he been made Not long ago, the county wa plagued by deficit The Best' People Meet -

returned home to the plaudit and fanfare that only I spending: today the county's budget I is balanced a* wa

Around And About America, can five IU' heroes, noted In an exemplary stats auditor' report lawed not
There was talk the President} mJbt'name this quiet long ago

By TONY SMITII brilliant young Army major to be surgeon general of the
United State. The President'! -carriage Dupe and took

(tulle. ,'. Note The following counterfeit martyrs were Blossom al4.her. brother ,and her parent ,to the White
views. are these et It year eld spreading their disease .t House

Tony Smith, a Marine new en home And the girl, maturing Into dark beauty with a kin *o

deb la Okinawa. He It the As usual, the northern newspapers marvellous I if mutt have, been heady to any, young ,buck,

sea ef Hagli Smith who rcgv with banner headlines began making plant for her Wathtngton debut Seamstresses

brig writes this column.>)> line and faithfully gruesome got busy, and between fitting* and ball.* and young man

'n U: almost incredible to attention to morbid detail prepared who wound up giving her an Ice cream'' soda, th danced The Bank of Green Cove Springs

watch the manner in which again to do battle, armed 'through these month: laughing, 'moking. her flashing
and smile the delight and confusion of her
and places change In the lently demonstrated that the eye father 4,.
people with hackneyed Implications of And then one day when she and her mother and
short of a few
relatively span red-necked southern Simon brother ,were spending\ the tummer at their home near

,ean. Leiree and a crucified racial Waynetboro, Pa* just acrou the Maryland line, word came SAVE REGULARLY
As a staff writer for a mill minority In the Deep South that her father had been taken to the hospital with ap
publication In the Ryuk-
tary When member of the conservative
lug Islands off the coast. of southern press, com CnJicltla.ah, was to tell It later deeply convinced of Its

Japan I have the advantageof mentlnt on outbursts In Blrmlngham truth, th ,went when word came Into the rose garden d w {' e r '

detachment for purposes of Atlanta, Jackson where she and her father bad so often played. The laughter a
unbiased evaluation, from situations and Bt. AuguaUne, suggested and shout of joy were tilled and a vole told her he '' i THRIFT

at. home which might. that the mats racial riots were could not live, H* died that night, his sppendU" bunt. They

have otherwise Involved my tinted "!W", they were called buried him on a high ride at Arlington and In lit Inflow

feeling more directly, "prejudiced and "racial bl- wisdom, the United Slate! Government bestowed upon his LEADS TO

I remember watching, with got*," widow the turn of something under $70 a month for her

growing uneasiness, as racial the lifetime. and for his trouble
In the past few weeks i iiV1 i V
troubles in the states of AlaJ mud-snnging "crusaders of the Blossom Reed stem to have taken out her wild grief raft*** GOOD LIVING

barns Louisiana Mississippi free press" In the north have In a make-believe world. Her mother had gone Into a sequestered .

and Georgia took precedence minimised their Invective adjective arlf-ucrtflclal shell that wa never. In the fifty\ I**
In the headlines of nationally year th survived her husband wholly breached Blossom
asilnst the south a* iX
known neatpaper worked at fun at torn work at Salvation. Oone were the A V
two new location skyrocketed
debut the ball, the young men, gone her loveSome ,
I recall also the race and Into the pees of racial violence
years later after an unsuccessful try al marriage
disgust\ I felt only a few week . Rochester, N Y. and
Blossom Reed moved to Norfolk to lire with a first
as this national sickness Harlem.
ago cousin who was slowly dying. The big house Into which the :
The same ttwleaanees' open
converged upon our neighboring
moved was darkened and quiet. She pulled up the shades
city of 81 Augustine. defiance of order and the JJSSlBj
and laughed, warmly and Irreverently at death and every !
The bigot buuardt and the Continued cm P*" II *
_. one laughed with her, tentatively at tint The sunshine and
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--- the laugher especially to a boy of' twelve, were Uke a renewal Jfasssa! J j.) v

of life anew security. :_
Lint Tour
Th boyl father wa a PurItan. dedicated to the high =CJ MS italli!

unswerving morality and to the cultivation el the Intellect tgegr
Clay: County Property
he had learned from his Purttaa mother and his erudite

Wit grandfather. It had no place for a boy** life But when OI'KN: A s.\\'Ixn ACCOUNT TODAY _

Bloasom went there, It all changed

Frank II7. Brown The closest thing to humor In which th* boy1 father

ever indulged was a secret joke, a per, in whkh he fettnedforgetlulnes BANK f GREEN COVE SPRINGS

.w And Associate of everyone' name He would go through the
names ol everyone' In the family, and omeum of the
..,..... lied Wale Bf.kr1MI servants before he could remember th* peraoa he wa*

CJ. tmaway It Oraag Park peaking to. And then he would laugh to himself I ran

..... 1IIU4 only suppose, that the person spoken to was so unimportant
he had fortottea Pets name.Blossom The County's Oldest and Largest Bank

wa the butt ol this blue private joke only a
few Urn*.. H* would Mart tut with member ef the family
**o* rot CUT it Me rot canctwr
and aametlnw wind up with a UM of the "'"'nta.NiuIh

DUNCAN QtATMWJUrt ftftOMI tOITO a.* rtlftUSMttEUXAKTM ark th* anrtenCebonfT-bsaded gardener, rarely :q.3630. 4O1:

LEONARD OHO*I* ? a.. .UtatTMTJUCOII made the MON

ft......, -... ,CCNtRAL HUUAUvUMtt day the boy father started out at BWom, sane orConxrrn

Ivav TMIMHMV I' C*...t ..... '". through most el the family aid aome at the ,",,1\1&. WV f-9W
., a. **- eveS his game had run Its court, h* would *ay, *.,. ah, dammit.Yea. .

T*is'sus .C f'liib/ ........ umber FDIO

.aa.c-u. I.4Tam .. Ok- the repHtd poker-fa to ths maw whaIri
Naas 0. ....'r'r. ...... ...... &hleive4 teaaoned lawyer out al Uwtr wits There wa a

temal silence. And then even h* ....W.
Several. yean later when the boyl tether 4W4 he wa


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'OK.net-. Around TONY and SMITH Aboutby r" Miss Florida i i Crown Entrants t I::, Green Cove Socials I

rUle Mr. and Mrs. Lisle Kenney where she has accepted a post
(Continued from Pace 2) lence, compromise ANY JnIDor.Uti .I" . '''' '' :I have had as their guest last Lion as a fashion copywriter
4 be shameless looting and rioting bid for equality in the t r ..: .' ..".., .,&.n',,: : week Mrs. Kenney's mother with Lord and Taylor.
In these two cities have vlo- south Federal dictates will, Mr W H. Sellers, of Edge-
festering tore of racial con- of necessity, become Ineffectual 14 field S C. While Mrs Sillersnrrr Mr and Mrs Alf Davis hadas
fewplus nice Is NOT confined to the as the individual realizes Was the Kenney's spent a their guests recently Mrs.
south. the need to protect his personal few day Kt Vllano Bench Davis' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
the rights and property.As i W. R. Ussery. of Columbia,
I suggested that it has also
I Mi) and Mrs T. J Wells Tenn
been a bitter pill for the self- for the ham-handed cross _
t I II II II II II II IL jiprntlau week In Savannahwhere
styled "champions of equality"as i i burner, his Is a dying breed.1-
Al- they visited Mr. Wells' Mrs David Talbott visited
it became Increasingly apparent In time, he will perish under
I the 90 vrai old mother, Mm M. D. her sister Mrs. Gertrude Britt
that some Negro leader- double I
a assault of realistic
. the Wells and Mrs Wells' Meter in Daytona Beach last week,
ship Is morally capable of accepting education and the contemptof I 1 ( Mrs 0 T Lynch and otherrrlatl'ra
active backing from his responsible neighbors
nudes whatever source offered. . I David Talbott, son of Mr
whether it be left-wing communist I The natural eruption of I k 'tIt and Mrs David Talbott was
lUcid or racial blacf nation- open hatred, so recently demonstrated Dr and Mr R M Paterson, the guest taut week of his
ofnder lists. in these two New and their children. Polly, Pat- aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs
I York communities, should by ay Pamela Robert Jr and Lloyd Clifton In Orlando.
i en- This Also speaks well of the no means are regarded as absolving Adam have returned' from a
common feeling of the south the south from, past P rI I two week vacation In the Mr and Mrs Eugene KOla
ider.tstlc. ern people . that we will difficulties , but rather, | Oreen Mountains of Vermont and their children Richard,
' have to cure our Internal ills should serve as a slap In the I \Ion their way bark, they David Jeffrey, and City' returned >
. the gradually, without pressure face to a hypocritical national topped for a few days! at the taut Saturday from a
from Federal edicts or the conscience and a sobering + New York Worlds Fntr" vacation with Mr KOM'S par.
sickening lamentations of CO blast In the backyard to rnts In Lyman. Wyoming
'ntlyida's RE or the NAACP, those who have, for so long, I aMISS Mr and Mrs Luther Rho-

, If overturned police cars, In. peddled penned venom at the I I den and IVrryl have recently Mr and Mrs Marry Creasy
day discriminate knifings and beatings expense of southern states.DOCTORS I ret'rrned from 1trIp to Key and l "two of their grandsons,
the accomplished bY mob vio I 1 Weal and other n'aces of In- Hickey and Ronnie Balyernrnt
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t'rrlt on the Keys several dity recently at

If again A'tor While there, they ,II.uI'II -
S INLET CAMP Mb Joan Dumbauld, Juniper SI'rtnn, Alexan
CLAY COL'NTY1964 ,' daughter of Dr and M Aft
Pun ; 4' Mrs C I IOllmblllllrt. flprlnu and six dun Tearltory
'rove & Pictured above In her Tint formal portrait la Becky of Pleasant' Point,
Ruth Campbell, Miss Clay County of 19C4-C1. She will has_ _recently_ left for New _York u tCWt (1ft Pnge Four)
represent Clay County In the forthcoming Mia florid. -
:ood MARINA Crown Pageant at Jacksonville to 'be held Saturday after

:ork.lout noon. The Florida Crown Pageant I I. produced' annually by I fAtflVt 111" ". .... and H.". 17
EVINRUDE \\'EST'INDa the florid Crown Council Chambers of Commerce, of C
untjr rATRICIA K, CARHOt WAtoOreen
which la member.'
Clay County a fete lprlnpSI.'I.I1.S'
a:\go.---- ' BOATS The event ,tart, with the swim cult Judging In the rlrlrl. K, Carroll tint runner up In the Mlw ny I I
GALl ; bandahell at J:0: final Judging I:". Admlatlon la tree 4 County pageant, will represent the Orange rack Area JII yrrr >
The Judging I for beauty( fare and figure and penonallly In the tlorlda ('r..n Fstesnl to 'be held In Jacka.n'silk : -" M.I./ )rorc.wK.iT:

MOTORS only, no talent. I Friilay! _
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S Cut I Full end Trout S1 1.23ifl..V:!:
PONTIAC l EST! SHOWS last Fall, more than 310,000 1 market, from I' per cent a model year." Itevls said, IVal
SALES & SERVICE I INCREASE IN 1184 units hut been sold.Dtvls i year ago, to 11 per cent rurI ers from coast to rout repot.t Nil t 1re\ IllY
I I" rentlyTliive's, that customer demand for the O (noll"1Uro1 Fried l.'Ilkkcn )
The Pontiac Tempest leUmod.1 said l the outsUndlnirMies \ \
showed a whopping 794 performance of the Tern- no doubt In our
I / Our '
I peel line has enabled It to minds that the Tempest .at Mans models continues very /OH'Fnrgrt Sunday! Rmorgdsbodr.I
rent Increase In sales a ,
OUR PRICES IIFFORIper nearly double Its share of the the sucress car of the 1(41 strong :
YOV nrr year ago, according to Fred ,
Davis, manager of Van Ness
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Bulck-Pontlac, Inc.
ORANGE PARK T110NE IM-MI1 Since the Introduction of the

completely restyled Tempest


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IF WE BUILD ON YOUR LOT I*!lac' 1 e ((1 ; 1

I How much rent ore you paying each month? Ne 2 a1 Freel32Pago ; :TtT LiT1 OnlY
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$50 $4S $75 or morel Whatever rent yew I
pay you or buying home for someone r; i
rise' -not f.r yourself and family! At the rend ::
af 12 years yaw will have a nice bunch \ Catalog a
of rent receipts' bvl na haute.
Whatever Ideas you may hove af< the sort of e bd perweek
WHAT $2.00 A DAY CAN BUY! suitable homo for yourielf and 'family' w, In..,. I No Front Ndnl e $3-25

It seems hard to believe, 'bed toiy to prove, that you to ", jt. for our latest catalog which UW I
only $50 a Month whkh is r... than" $2.00 a tro'.. our 21 modol "home, show floor plans a
day,omovntt to $7,200 hi 12 years. $60 a month and gtvet detail of construction. Thefe U no I
'lot 12 yean amounts to $1,440.$70 a month for charge or ob6go io4 'for this boo&.... You owe I _
12 yean amounts IOMO.And ta on.Also,a It to younelf and family to find out how much w w r.. UIIKItAMHAPKSModtl : : i
port ., your monthly payments are to* deduct- horn you con get for rSo money you are now I -'
blet So na manor how little )'OIl.' paying poring for rent. We have built ove 100,000 t l k :
per month for rant, multiply that by 12 month homet throughout the, country end they ova our I >. I 14R046MIU
and the muWpfy It by 12 yean and the Mail belt advertisement*. Jtnl mail the coupon or I I a.
how much money vou will" pay a landlord sag at .*, ere of the M Woher btanc...... .--------b, :, i t.. 'ft M IIM Wrap CsfstttyStsf

M POY for a "home of your own! You w..fl. be shown every covrtety. I 1 I t ;* M UO sW. of (TWOS.) loss

:lh sssa/sit lire son* IreeMfUmW

HOW MONEY GROWS IN 12 YEARS *./". fMfis NO flOJf sytUM MMoMsrf

S 50 per month amounts toomownti S 7,200.00 I I '........ .VH.tl$.q 'IN ,.fI......., end frsVnre

S 60 par month to S 1,640.00 I ..... .Tike fwteisto f**..W. "..,.,. alive b...M. ef
S 70 par month amount to $10,010.00 I Ie ..all... Mehl. led pwa'i III .awl "fwdd. use"L

s 80 ptr month amount to $11,520.00 -= ... a.tkC..laD..r.aaJs...... ,..,.,..
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S 90 par month amovnts 12960.00 ArVsMW Tea. *..oWf*, *. t. tft** teeM
$100 pet month amovntt to $14,400.00
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TAGS FOUR ( ( \;! (!Eounf! y Crescent!! THURSDAT. AUGUST 27, 196| 7

I One Beautiful: ExperienceBY I Ready For School I: Mixed ViewsContinued GEORGE Assistant BY FLORIDA OWENS County JAYCEEs HONORED Agent-)

Dr. George Howard ( from Page One) George Owens and hit wife

I Frances, were honored at the
and I would like to see one of summer conference of the

the most beautiful creations of Florida Junior Chamber
man before either I or It Is Commerce held at Lakddr(1

destroyed. Also I think that I this past weekend. (

everybody should have at least
Owens was cited at a ba:..
'. one beautiful experience to I II quet attended by more ..- ,:.
1 "
as my wish to see the roof of 1.000 for his contribute;:
: remember. So I have chosen promoting Florida : '
aimr : ,
I the SIstine Chapel. Yours sincerely as part of a growing j.,' ,
rc. Ruth Thomas, AC :2 I) program

.' tr The Italian poets arranged .
r Owens, who was prev -;
to have Ruth Thomas see Un Lr an "exhausted rooster''

I roof of the Sistine Chapel We a 4 has served. chairman 01 'rP

I know nothing more. We find I Outstanding Young ,,
ourselves wondering how she I M Leon hedge, ton of Mr. George Swanson, son of Lee Dover son of :MaJ. and I committee which each F:1)P'\: -

became Interested In those I II r and Mrs. Olen Ilodje, U a Capl and Mrs E. C. Swanson Mrs. 11111 Dover, will be entering I recognizes outstanding
wonderful frescos, Somebody sophomore at Henderson has been a life guard Junior High SchoolIn ;
DR. GEORGE HOWARD i i << buttons to Florida nwku:i >
Some time after the last | must have been InstrumentalIin I State Teachers Collece, In at the City Pool all sum- the seventh grade. A little by the state's younc faim, i I'
awakening the young artist Arkadelphla Tenn., and be mew lie hopes" to become adoctor
I I Others from Clay .
world war some Italian poets more reluctant* "Yeah "auntat.
I that nestled In her soul. But H said "Man I'm all ready, like his father But, : the conference
asked children of Europe to tending: sows.
write to them about the I how right she was to say that' I I'm going to play football" "he U not quite ready" guess so. Mr and Mrs. ft*idy B., ..
have made "Horribletilings. I
dreams they wanted to come v.e son, Mr and Mrs. F->man Eerctt ',.

true The children wrote let. Our mad militarism ___ e._ Frank Barr'n' "'ton ':,d
has created a fiendish Frank
ters wishing for everything I Archie Padgett. from th-
from the bare necessities of enstein and most of us are Miss E.' Holmes Orange Park Area J,vcee,
spending all too much time ,
life to things like a wreath to
contemplating this creation.
lay on an uncle's grave a "lit- LEGAL NOTICII---
The Psalmist wrote, "I will Introduced To - ---
tie red house surrounded by I Society
look unto the hills from .
flowers" and a real live don up NOTICK OP TX Kill sal ll\
110 Boat>
whence cometh my help. Ruth "n:11\1.: :
key The letter from Ruth Miss Margaret Elizabeth during the afternoon (ITV OK
were; .
Thomas wants to look at the I .HtHN: : seer K. .. "1I..*.
Thomas of England! was one, Holmes, daughter of Mr, and Mrs Dougas Hawkins, Mrs. tlOIIIDt
roof of the Sistine Chapel I
however which should startle Mrs C, F. Holmes, made her Lucille McClenndan, Mrs Lee y ae.rewh.' .r 1, IMINolle .
Ruth and the psalmist have a U hereby glvrn ih r
the world debut at a tea given by her Duncan, Mrs Clara Hill Mrs. 1 ameument roll or the' 1Jr..on i

"Children In these days havea I recommendation remember that people for all copy of the us: mother at the Orange Park Jess Tynes, Mrs. J. H. Boula- howlnc( Cove dmrrlnllon Spring' of pr'I 1'1"I ,

lot of horrible things men Civic Center last Saturday afternoon ware Mrs. Carl Duncan and Arthur fur the VP.T IU will br .u i iUd n '
things that they look at; Their. Jimmy Johnson, son of Sara Page Long dauih- The Riven boys, to the city "I1U.llz"! ",
can make In this atomic age at four o'clock. Mrs II. E. Hansen. ,
honed for l
life takes on gradually the (left) and Robert, twin sons Dnrol at (h. i
For her debut Miss Holmes Serving at the punchbowlwere U Col. and Mn. James ter of Mr. and Mrs. Hlrrls Rivers Hall. In said city m I'00 p .".
of Mrs. Marguerite
of admired
shape things Tu..day. lI.ot..b..r I L Ir/l
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE The celling of the Sistine wore a dress of pastel polished Miss Sarah Quacken- Johnson, Is a newcomer to Long, who will enter the have spent the summer at All omen. donlrlnK '" II Irnrrcrtlonii I,"

SOCIETY Chap l. covered by Michelanlelo' cotton with a boat neckline bush Miss Joyce King, Mrs. Green Cove. Ills father Is ninth grade at Clay High Andrew College In Cuth- whether. on made llntlnc In vnlusll such ,u r, '

Cor. E. Houston St. .* frescoes, is the Joe el and bracelet length sleeves, loyt B. Cotney, Miss Mary Jo about to go overseas. He's Is a little skeptical about the bert, Ga., learning how to .properly to 0'flU otherwise with .th, at'' .'." I r.uented
She carried a cascade bouquet Cotney and Miss Joan Boula- .
of Vatican Is stu study and are more or less of the und"l'.hrn..d' city rl.h
N. Magnolia Ave the The telling ready to tackle a new school approaching year as a .
of white carnations white ware. or before noon 8"luri1 v An' i
GREEN COVE SPRINGS very high, so that visitors are .. he enters the fifth grade.To dent. Has she heard school ready to attend St. Johns J9 1M4. their' net IIlon In wr I ". I
rosebuds centered with a white Also assisting were Mrs WilliAm ..ttln. forth In detail. their." '
of River Junior College as
FLORIDA given mirrors which the figures an "Army Brat" new too much as the daughter .... .
orchid. Mrs. Holmes received Lovett, Miss I Suzanne Ifrtlonn to such s >e m>nt
""* '' on the ceiling are brought schools are nothing new two superintendents freshmen. and the mrrectlonn which "\
Subject with her daughter In a loden Moss and Miss Nancy Stoude- demure' to h"vi mud*.
down to earth, as It were. URN: 1."I.t.SI"'
silk sheath with mire.
green crepe {"IIY ('I..rk
We are Christ's mirrors, reflecting
August SO, W4 who an overjacket of heavy lace. r Fir
His glory to those
Her was a white orchid
Services held Hunday corsage
cannot see Him. It Is our partto

at 11 a. m. bring Him close to the eyes GCS Socials e \a .
A cordial Invitation Is extendedto of those around us, in the Mrs. Maude Green pres'ded'!

attend our services street the home, the workshop at the tea table. Also pouring r
from Three
Con't Page
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Mrs Fred Lucas returned a,1

recently from a trip to Merrl- {

mae, New Hampshire where
Green Cove Springs
she visited her son James I.

Join the smart car Lucas. While there they tooka Than.* Frl.

trip into Maine. Karen Sapp, daughter of Marty Graves, daughter of Rose Graves, Marty's twin, August *', II

Mr. and Mrs. John E. will enter the senior class si
Mr and Mrs. John Napier Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sapp "
Graves, will\ be a senior at Orange Park High. Quieter
who made of Forest park, Oa., spent a "
buyen will ener the fourth grade. Orange Park Illih. "No. than her twin she Is ready,
few days last week In Oreen '
ah. not ready, but she
In typical little girl fashion and then again she Isn't so .
Cove. looking forward to a year e d
she beamed! "Yea Ma'am!" It was s "Yes/No answer JAMES
.. Advanced Bloloty. DARKEN t
the number one MIll Susan Kline, of Or.
Undo, Is visiting her aunt and Rocky (Ilent) and Cliff '. PAMELA ,
Bridges, sons of Mr. and 11FFIN ;_
uncle, Mr and Mrs. Walter ear ,e
Kelly and her cousin Nancy Mrs. Fred Bridges of Green
seller the numberone Kelly Cove said "Yea and then

again no." Rocky, who will

Mrs. R. R. Herron and family enter Charles E. Bennett Sat Aug. It t

! left last week for Norfolk, School said "I think It's BEACH PARTY "

buy Va., to join her husband 1.. fan!" Cuff who will attend MFor Starring

FUlph. who has been In Canada Jack and Jill Klnderfarfn Bob Camming

for eighteen months was not tulle so wllllnf U .*

v Jump ins "I don't knew" . Dorothy Malone j

Chevrolet has always been a favorite car, Now Arthur and Robert Rivers and after a little thought -and- \.

11', more In favor than ever I Just drop by your returned home from Andrew "Yn."

Chevrolet dealer to too why Look at his wlrio" CoUPle In Cuthbert Oa. when -- -Cnec- enl Phnfoi_ by .:\\1..1.l*th,, Sconce glsh+ ORRipllElltfD

assortment of brand-new Chevrolet, Chevclles, they have attended summer A___- slotnal

Chevy ll' and Corvairi. Pick the one you wantthen school I County/omen At State CouncilBy p e5 ,F 1 r
Join all those smart who
buyers got a medical$ bills
Mrs. WelUnd Mtort, C .ncll Delegate
number one deal on the number one seller. But Miss' Leslie Row! returned

don't wait too long; there are a lot of other smart e.a"? .11.......e .rK..oi at Andrew Clay County was well represented at the "Florida Extension Try our prescription for prsvtnt- Bon .* Men. Ang. ). Jl .1
buyers around I ICAevreM ,"",e"....> in CuthVrt Oa this Homemaker's Council" if you don't recognize the new leg big medical ..pen.... Get
name you will know it by the old one of "Florida State Home low cost hospital and surgical RHINO y
w.pk end.
Demonstration Council" Insurance. It! help keep yourbank Starring .'

Attending the 3-day Council at Florida State Unlver balance' healthy If sn seCKtont Harry Gnardlno

ally, Tallahassee where Clay County Council President Mrs. or illness requires you or *

PCA Loans W C. Holllngsworth; Home Demonstration Agent Mrs Fred members of your 'family, to be Robert ColpTuei.

Nelson: and the writer. hospiUIUsd.J.SUTER. .
.* Wed. Kept. 1 .* t
Aside from changing our name to comply with the Nation

Impel Spvri Cswj I al Council we learned a lot of valuable Information to furtherour SMITH

work for the oncoming year ...DUllEA TIlE nUN !

I A new handbook was assembled by the historian commit

-a I tee which win be l'fad1lor print soon. I served on this com INS AGENCY : ,- REDLINEThan. :

I U North
Clay, Putnam and St. Johns counties were selected to Osage

,,Ar- .'p N :- make a report of the area short courses held last summer Green Cove Springs

r'hweEJ. M.lib" SI Cvap.i for DaIrymen/ This report was made at a morning assembly program and Phone SM-SM Frl Hat. devt. S. t.1

I was well received by the entire group Walt Disney siMoonSpbtners

Mrs. HoUlngsworth worked on the publicity committee *
U ed
-\A Pl.s ireue swoit" i
.w ",'--to 5. ..... Ill Untr with' plans for council activities for the coming year. .....-eJT> Twavgtte0
alas at k.ed w ay. .gaIp.wt At the same time I worked with the youth committee. On setting I.w.a.ce c........ "rt HAVLEY...MiLisaiTrrhnifolor
*" jy
R.py..nes..e.n.nsal Is tie for council work with youth In county programs. s_ e..r.w
r- 4y. ..,....... I...... up plans
-.alee .. .wel ..,. s..ry Ie Clay County delegates assisted those from Citrus, Jf. I I ... --
C'ft ry W A'er Sserl Cmr ..... AIMS.. wham yw e..l wails tenon and Santa Rosa counties In setting up the tables fort -
M yw Iwe+.. a pavf .r e banquet The IOUs anniversary was the banquet theme. I
the A_..'.... S. rWM .Mad Decorations intruded blue and. gold anniversary emblems,
a flfmmt WW4fi4
.m TODAY. gold candles, and Individual favors were nut cups in shape of Cotney Tire Service

ladies hats Place cards were blue with the gold emblem seal.

i\ --" '>'' s5 e..ela.... Dr. M. O Watkins director of Agricultural Extension I c.... Park 4. King Ja asavtUi
a'-I. a...," Aawe'. -.f1MAT..dpNa Service was the main speaker at the banquet. H. stressed that

Cenwfr AfeM CM c...,pS4I MNMIa N home demonstration agents can make a real contribution to Phi Mt sn I-M17 oe nr 1.0101TIRE

Hertaeast rreJtwties OealtIte the UM of rural resources problems of low \Income health I
IMS.MM .......MUea
agents are under real pressure to get home economics Infer .,
Mate 1tne4. ratals motion out through mass media channels. He said that In or*
No.1wwt CHEVROLET T U IA l-lllt dab do this the home agents must be relived of everythingthat I

M* Ugsweesl A..... .. home demonstration leaders can do. i I atTaUDNO

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SPECIAL NOTICE The week after a two-weeks stay at *
The Fashion World U rew '., r *
Choir ot the Rlveralde Indian Springs Camp Grounds
hand rti111A rt
flipping springs over i i iy
terian Church I In Flovllle, Ua Their son, wife
sacred concert and two daughters from Wood
Will present a
Cosmetics and Ihelr Million
Dollar Complexion rare Ritual I in the Penney Memorial I I Dale, 111, Chicago District

Believe me, ItU "REAL Church August 30th at 1:30: came to Indian Springs State

p. m. This will be an unusual Park which was one mile from
opportunity to hear this splendid the Camp Grounds The two
Open any Fashion 1\",. ,
choir of thIrty.five voices families enjoyed camping. I
ulna See how eye brows
under the direction of Mr. swimming, and sightseeingfor
have coffer sub-
gone more
Pierson. The concert four
Ue, more delicate.I The days
Is aponsored by the Literary
Committee of the Memorial
look Is natural with a Capital Airman Lewis L. Lanier, son
Association After the address of
Home Community giving
N. Look at Glamour PR. of Mr. and Mrs. Augustus E.
206; Cosmopolitan, editorial Ejd't Members of the Community, Mrs. E M. Lewis (Mabel), In "-a.. fi' ...... Lanier of Middleburg Fla has
townspeople and friends, are this column last week, for her I .
pace) watch Vogue, Sept # r: tr been selected for technical
all Invited to attend.Dr. friends to write to her, we '
lit. t r (, training as an air policemanat
now have the aad news of her "
It you see a flood of w ; k Lackland AFB Tex.
death at the Nursing Home In L ;:; t ;4f\'
Beautiful Complexion '- ,... Airman Lanier who enlistedin

everywhere you to, ft be. II ( 'r, w4 and Mn B R Truscott Masslllon, Ohio, on August CoL John J. Pease (right), whose wife, Geraldine, the Air Force a short time
13th made
cause MOISAN TRIOS and II list week entertained their Arrangement were lives In Green Cove, receives the silver eagle denoting his ago has Just completed his
for her to be buried beside her
CLEAR FUTURE are going I ? younest son Dr Lionel, his wife ; new rank from Maj. Gen., E. F, Eatlerbrook, deputy commander basic military training Schoolsat
> husand In Akron, Ohio. The
faster than you can lay and two children, as they were I V. S. Military Assistance Command, Thailand, Lackland are part of the
Rev and Mrs Lewis former
"HELLO DOLLY x "rr returning from their Florida I were during ceremonies In Moral, Thailand, July 29. Colonel vast Air Training Command

Fabuloui 8.93 TRIO SALE vacation to their home In Albany I long-time residents of the Peane, commander of the Nth Engineer Construction system whkh trains airmen

endi Srpt. lit. SO RARE N, Y This week on Mon. MIIC. Group, entered the Army In 1942 and arrived overseas on I and officers In the diverse

Truscott left this lour of duty last January, skills the nation's
NIGHT CREAM MIST day, Dr,, and Mrs. .... ..... .. required by
turns old akin to NEW. Now, for Miami. Fla, to await the I A '\ TV aerospace force.
Before the Rev E J. Sacht.
4.91. After Sept. lit, 7.BO. arrival by plane on Wednesday tella Cass was hostess to another Curtis L. Browning Jr. 18, The airman is a 1964 graduate

I need someone to help of the two sons of their Jen returned to M. H C. after birthday party Mrs. Alta] I son of Mr. and Mra. Curtis L. I of Orange Park High
his extended travels of the past )I
teach women how to apply Meat son who Is a manager of Shepard and Mrs Josephine Browning of Orange Park has School.

NATURAL make up using Ford Motor Co, In Sao Paulo few months\ hat daughter Jo Secord were celebrating their I begun basic training at the

technique developed and Hrazll The eldest of these two sephine, an employee of the birthdays which came on the I Naval Training Center Oreat I -

endorsed by The Society of I 'p rrandnons, Michael, In Sep. Congressional Library In same day Lake., Ill. The nine week
Pvt. Edward J. McOuffln
Washington D. C., him
Makeup Artists. (So M.A.) I amber will enter the Medical gave Mrs Shephard daughter training Include. naval orientation
I some for him to have whose parent Mr. and MrsJoseph ;
Last week, a little boy add, College; of the University of money Eva Shephard was present for history And organization
M Waters live at 217
a birthday party. Mr Sacht.Jen' -
"fl* fare, Mommy, fix MRS. LESTER A. YEW Tennessee in Memphis The (2nd birthday arrived on her mother' birthday, Miss seamanship, ordnanceand 8. Mniolla Ave., Oreen Cove

prdl," Proving what younger one, Anthony, will be. Shephard, a missionary from gunnery, military drill
h a-sllrnpd to the 1st InfantryDivision
August 21st and by appoint
That even a four year old Miss Betty Sue Saunders come a freshman In MlllikanUniversity. ment thirty of us met around the Congo, ts spending the first aid and survival! at Fort Riley KanMcOuffln .

notices the way we look. Decatur, HI, where summer month of her fur.
a driver in Company
the table in the Quadrangle
Take a "PRETTY PILL" Dr. Truscott'i son-in-law Is the lough at Penney Farms with
are spending few B. let Battalion' of the'divisIon'
Cafeteria for a delightful a days at
call M4-SI5S By Weds A. Tew Dean of Music her mother
and appointment Mr. Lester .
birthday dinner and celebration. Daytona Beach, this week. 26th Infantry. entered
I will show Miss Cass their
you says party
After the dinner, the the Army In August 1962
the S. M. A. experts was enlivened
what by Mesdames
Mini Betty Sue Sounder, I tor, Mrs Earl Starling aa matron group retired to the Quad The preacher at the morning and l completed basic training
have taught me Ja No. Shephard and Secord being included
II daughter of Mr and Mr. W J. of honor. Bridesmaids The Rev and Mrs Cliff SIllgby rangle Lounge, where Mr. worship service at the Penney at Fort Gordon OaH .
SS4-mt. In the Birth.day"
Saunders, Penney Farms, became were Mini Joyce Tew, Mater of announce their safe arrival Sachtjen asked each one to relate "Happy Memorial Church, next Sun. attended Clay High
Your Vivian Woodward song to Mr. Sachtjen and
the bride of Lester Arnold the bridegroom, and Mr. at Salem, Va. On their some memorable Incidentof day, wll Ibe The Rev. R. W. School
Beauty Consultant being served some of Mr.BachtJen' .
Tew, ion of Horace Tew, James Saunders, sister-in-law way north they stayed with their earliest days Many Nelson

Kathleen Bayer I Penney Farms, and the late of the bride Mill Amelia friends In Mt. Airy, N. C. a Interesting accounts of gaslights birthday cake. Mrs T. H Runyan Sr., will "

Green tOt Cove Park Spring St. Fta.We Mrs Irene Tcw, at I o'clock Saunders, niece of the bride, couple of nights then drove I I first automobiles, old I teach the combined adult Sun. Carl L. Sweat, aviation ordnanceman .

last Saturday evening In the was the flower girl over the Blue Ridge Parkway fashioned! farming one room Mrs E. C Thompson who day School class first class. U8N,
have a mOlt Inform with few grades The tempera. formerly i pen t the winters son
Black Creck Baptist Church hook and on'y on* guest
tire program offer for clubs The bridegroom's brother, the of Mr and Mrs Oral W Sweatof
ture was down to BO with Mra. Hoffman and who
Rev. James C. Saunders, present announced that he had
Church Choir Route 1, Green
and up to dale school groups brother of the bride, officiatedOlven Kenneth Ttw was brat man morning they arrived, and they attended the Worlds fair inChiesto I U now living with her son Dr. I members are'reminded to make Reconnalsance-CoveIs
a hostess may Invite five and ushers were Sidney Bat have been ileepln under winUT A. C. Thompson, Box J38
In 1893 An
her estimate I their plan to resume choir rehearsals Attack Squadron Nine home-
In marriage by
gvesla to a private thus ten and Druid Moody, blnnkets They are travelIng Punta Oorda Fla. celebrated'
of the total of the ages of the on September 4th boned at the Naval Air Station
father, the bride chose her sliHelm but I atl I -
with their cute comfortable her 99th birthday on August \
thirty present at this T
The bride wore a town of persona o'clock Sanford, Fla.
houM trailer 20th, and sent her birthday ,
milk organs and reembroidered birthday party amoint to

lara over satin with a 2270 years. The following were offering to the Penney '

molded bodice g Florentine present: gal Sunday School Memor.I'

The Rev. and Mrs C P, Mrs Elizabeth Don Pool'sSELFSERVICE
neckline, calla lily sleeves and Mr E. J. Sachtjen. Mr. and
v ;e Schriver returned home last of you will want to send Mr.. ,
a controlled skirt Her fingertip Mrs. A. 8 Earl, Mr and Mrs
Thompson a birthday card ;
veil of illusion was attachedto Charles O Cole, Mr. and Mrs. COIN LAUNDRY
write a note. When In
4kuJ.iI PII11el'fllfoille a crown of seed pearls) and E Lloy dPerrla, Mr and Mrs Farms, she was always Penney In h rplace ; Palmetto A Hessian, Green Cave)

Irldruenli She carried a bou. tied a cascade of Fuji mums C W Laird, Mrs H C Travis I
In the first seat of the
qurt of lily of the valley and The bridesmaids were dressed Mr and Mrs Harold E. Ever. Open 14 Hours Every Day
CIIAIILKS: HILM: 1 second: row, in Sunday School ,
tephanotls centered with a Identically In light pink and ley, Mr. and Mrs B. H, Curtis, and Church. I'hib.IleDdil Machine*

q41J Funeral. Director white orchid carried matching flowersA Mrs M. O. Robbins, Mr. and I Doable Loads: SSa -11.1k. Single Uadsi t5.

The matron of honor wore a reception' wu held at the Mrs William Klnaey, Mr and Mrs Pearl Howerln; and i huff Dry tie
Mrs C. M. Ackermsn. Mr and
I'lionc :;!--.I.!c'fl'/ !)( floor length gown of rose pink Colonial Inn. Penney Farms Mrs R. 0, Kortfllng. Mrs with Mrs Gertrude A. Post I EVERYBODY WELCOME!

smtln with a scooped neckline, The couple left on a trip to the and Miss Asenath Travasaoa
C. E Dibble. Mr. and Mrs J, HWanner .
GREEN COIF SriUNGfl, MORIIMIIWT. I rap sleeves and a boll shaped southern part of the state - -- ---
Mra. W A. ,
II EAST P. O. BOX 441 skirt. Her veil was attached to They will reside In Penney ,
Mr W B Cole, the Misses! Es-
a rose pink bow and aha car. Farms.
-- ,-- -- -, their and Ruth Travsssos, Mr
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and, Mr. Herbert D Myers See

At a smaller table In the

Cafeteria. at the ...m etlme a*

Mr SacMJen's: party, Miss I

TRY A SMALL AD Spring Motors



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ii Standard' automatic all-winter
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delivery Mxvke. Juit call for

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" ; t ( will enjoy cozy healthfUl comfort all IP vorii (r.vit WILL in x :T. MILES ox \ \LLOX l OK ( .\s

, *->, winter long. So 'phone"' today%ii( -get I mOnITORJ If' YOU TAX HAVK: IT LriUtlt'ATKD{ : A CHAN'OK: OIL) ron $140

,; Winter heating problem off your mind. IK IT WILL lU'X 40rtiO MILKS: ()\ OXK: sIT: OK TIRES:

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LEGAL- -HOT1CBIS -- Commissioners' MinutesMonday I
COUNTY FLORIDA. August IT. It" Arora Boulevard to Meadowbrook Drive Lester Drive from SID

A. H. CHUCK IN CHANCEKI and ULLJB: L.CRUCK. 1:11: .'clock A M. boundary to Orion Street for maintenance by Clay County per

BUBbaad and wife, Inspection of County Engineer McKee.

I fUlntitt The Board of County Commissioner of Clay County me Next In the order of business wu the adoption of the

Alit CONDITIONING I BEVERAGES 'REAL ESTATE J. T. FIELD"and ANNA & In regular session In the County Commissioner' meeting room Budget for the forthcoming Fiscal year, beginning October 1,

CRE."IIWA W Defendants in the Courthouse on the above time and date. 1B84 Upon motion of Commissioner Murrhee, teconded by

MILBERGER NOTirK or ericiiAi.MATKMB The meeting was railed to order by the Chairman honorable II Commissioner Oreen, and carried, the Budget a* tentatively

PAUL'SAll TWIN REALTY NOTICE 1 IB HERESY IALB OIVEN Louis 1. Huntley. Other member present' were Luthe adopted by thin board at the Special Meeting of July 21, 1964.

bat the undersigned, U special : Wilson. District Mo. 1, Marvin Oreen District No. 3. O. J. Murr and a* published In the Clay County Crescent a* the Law pro-

REFRIGERATION //iWa T. Xrth Master In Chancery, under and bee District No. 4. Absent wa H E. Moody, District No. 5. .
Legal Beverage ky virtue tt U* Final Pcre vl<1e*. and which ha been approved a* to form by the Comptroller

Realtor at Forecloeur entered IB tkatcertain I Invocation was liven by Mr. Robert Wilson from Middle of the State of Florida, was adopted without change. The
SERVICEAir Open I A. M. U 1 A. M. |I rasa pending la tke
Circuit Court of In* Fourtk Jud. burc. Budget a* adopted was ordered spread upon the minute of this
Daval Ceunty Un RENTAL & SALES Iclal Circuit .( Florida la and The minute of the last regular' meeting of July\ 19 19N meeting and la a* follow:

ACREAGE LOTS for Clay Florida! IBChaacerl of July 21. \tat. were approved M advertlaed. -
OeB4lttoBlB .trt..tte.. North .f Orange Park :It'h Ca>* and the Special meeting '
0.4 R.....* Bent*. Number Ilia la which H.Cruc ESTIMATE OF EXPENSES, GENERAL FUND

t S. Palmetto Street Residential CaaiMerelalInaastrlal and l.lltts U Crur.A.II The fololwlng monthly\ report and letter were read am CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA, FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING
band sad wife, Ire plslatltftiad
Home Phena Slt-t7M BOATS 3. T. Fields and Anna B.Creaekaw. tiled: SEPTEMBER )', IMSAcct.

Easiness Phone ZM-I5I1 Serving Greater Clay Centy ar defendaate. I, asBpeclat Fine *
Master I. Ckanoery sp- Monthly report of County Judge, re: : .
I Netary PabloPHONE pointed ky tk. Court IB SaM. Forfeiture

TV APPLIANCE INLET MARINA i deer. *stuns*, under lk*rof sad, will ky virtu Ker. for eftk Monthly report of County Agent. 211 No. Salaries County Classification Commissioner 112.00000 Amount

sals and sell a .blue outcry I Monthly report of Assistant County Agent.
Office tll-llll t* tk* fclskeat eel beet bidder 211 Clerk' Office, Compensation a* Cl. to Bd. 4,10000
far oull al tk. North door *ftk Monthly report of Home Demonstration Agent lit
Salary Supervisor of Registration 1.000.00
We Repair An Brand MEBCURT A JOHNSON:' I Becae Ill-IMS County Court )Hue ef Clay 1 Monthly report of Assistant Home Demonstration
Count,. Florida la lbs City ef lit Other Administrative Sslarle 8,000.00
Servicing, Clay Cannty ENGINESCROSBY I Orange Ave. .. ./ Bay St Oren Cove BeNar*. Floridaa Agent.Monthly 221 Fee" Clerk of Circuit Court 1.00000
Far Sixteen Tear BOATS Greca Cove Sprlag the lltk day .( ieptember. report of Florida State Board of Health.
EC-ZT TRULKM IMI. fclwea tk* keursf 124 Commission Assessor of Taxea 21,00000
Park Ph. 211.6515FULLERTON'S I II of Director, Civil Defense, Clay
Orange A shaven 'clock A. M. and Iwo Monthly report 135 Commission, Collector of Taxes 14.000 00
SALES SER'JCICOUTBOAaD odors P. M. (said sals kulnn.
In* at .1.,.." e'olork A. M. .. County. 127 Coroner' Fee for Inquest too 00
REIAIR ... of Florida Division\ Correction: re:
I said due). tti being tke1local Monthly report 241 Maintenance of Courthouae 11.50000
Rwy. II Orange Park keurs *f aala SB* a a lev.al of Clay County Jail and BRD Camp
tt N. Are, .MIS LEOlL HOTICB eale date; tk. following d.. Inspection 242 Maintenance of Other Administrative Building .000.00
Orange Phone CO 4
la No 13.Monthly.
eerlbed prvpertr situate Clay
Green Cave Spgs. 2144144JUrUejwt I I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. IN County Florida, t* wilt report of District Welfare Director: re: 211 l Election) and Registration 12000.00
AND FOR CLAY COUNT Lets Three fU and Four (41 1<1 Legal Advertising and Expense 1.000.00
FLORIDA. .f Aleck' Fifteen (II) af int.R.WTU Clay County Indigent Fund.
161 Miscellaneous Expense 1,000.00
fled FmraltmTt FEDERAL.CAPE NATIONAL ., Ore** C... "primeamlmB Letter from Lee County Democratic Executive 170 Administrative Supplies 11,50000
( k.... .. Idlewild H. J. Re. KM.
Park BukdlvlalClsy. CutyFlorida. 175 Salary Juvenile Judge A Counsellor, Travel 1.100.00
CAREY'SFLORIDA I a corp.r..a.. eta Copy of Letter from Clerk of Circuit Court, Clay
'laI.Utl. .) 111 Part Salaries St. Ally., a Rep., Bm. a. a. 931111
,.. Tk. said property II sf"r* County Crescent; re: Legal Advertising
TKAOEKSGrecB ssld., totether with kit tn. 311 Salary, County Judge 1,50000
Core Springs FlerUaII I Dlstrlbater I O. HA WRUVE. kls ..ItVel..t. *. mtnts kerdltamnls. skd sppur.r Letter from Secretary of State on May >', 1W, 541 Tubercular Hospital J.OOO.OO
.. ,...,,_ INrs.n Ml.stlnr. election.Mr. \ .
E. Palmer Ii.. TeL 1".11II1 All Milk ,. any wle. .,..ertalninv' 511 Insanity Inquiries 1.00000
.Anti ies 8. Orange Anna Jersey I NOTICB Or nIT kelnseold' t. aatlafy ths sfr*. Frank Barrlngon, President of the Oreen. Cove Spring:. 561 General Welfare 4,50000

TeL 114.1144 Far THE STATE OF rLORIDA 'eM".t.Final' tkts T.evN(tk day. *f Auguat. Jaycee, appeared and presented Miss Becky Campbell Milt 565 Hosltal Service for the Indlgint 11,035 00

TO: Earl M. Hsrgrovs sad ad rO. I.", Clay County for IB64.tM and Mis Llbby Claytor First Runnel 171 County Service Officer 1.10000
Oransre Park
Hsrcrsv Pale wits,
Wanting Read Tel 114-11)7 NOME DELIVERYCALL i it Seeks rises J.Pets C. P.Mae'er s*, lt. OienMrvII Up for Miss Clay County l.e3.lIet. Mis Claytor recently represented 171 Civil Defense 1.00000

Jacksonville LsilscloB are kirsbr Pak notltu MsrjrlssgT sat .. e5. IT 5.1LR.AL Clay County at the Mia Florida Pageant In Sarasota, 171 Zoning Department 1,00000

Blinding a CaUoi B4. SI4-IMI or 114-lltl I sail kss Lea (114 ...1.., yes -- Roti tIN ) Florida, where art* was chosen Mia Congeniality Each: of the 171 Library, Operating Expenses 11.511 .1
In th. ab." saiHl.4 cause; Bedthat
ladle brief their resent trip to Bars'.oil
TeL 171-MJ4 you ire ktrtky raulr4 urils young gave a report on Ml Agriculture 11.23500

I UPHOLSTERING your sniw.r will ths Clark THE COURT or TH COUNTY and thanked the Board for IU participation In the Miss 111 Fir Control A County Volunteer Fire Depte. ".000 00
ot this Court eel I* rv a eopf ,
or VALUE thereof upon t". pUlclltr 01olsintirrs FLORIDA, crrtftOTr Clay County Program 115 Publicity 100.00

I BAXLEY'S' TRIM SHOP led .44....aiiorB. Ht: .)r, whose earns. HENRIETTA IN ret Batata: BUTLER*>f ITONpereaeed. Mr, David Talbott Executive Director of the Milt Clay lit Florida Forest Service, Farm Forester 1.0000/1/'

ACCOUNTINGREED setter Anbsckr, III Dor. I County contest appeared also and advised! the Hoard of the III Furniture Equipment Courthouse Add '.DOO 00

Complete Auto A Furniture Ida Florida Tills Bet Bulldlnc.later than J' ".o.\II.Ik* list, TO SANS ALt HAVING CRF.MTOR8(,,1.\1MIOR AND PKR.PR.MANDB recent event In Sarasota Mr Talbott also left a brochure of Ill Other Administrative Building 4,50000

I'phebterlng dsr .f ." : ?.. IMt. I AGAINST LAID EB. recent event for the Commission to look over 111 Jail Addition 1.00000
If fall to *e ixre* pro
ACCOUNTINGAND lit W. IdlewiU Are.Ph. rsaresso yen will be .".,.4 ssslnitreu TATEI Tu and each *f ye* sre >i re.ky Mr. A. Drmkwater. and Mr, Dick Watkins appeared and requested 141 Hospital Authority 15.00000
for the relief emsBde I* Retlfled ssdl re,,ulr4 U pr*. that the Orange Park and Green Cove Spring Civil
IMUIIOr ,... eompl.lnt sent .., .1.1" slid ..", ..d. 1,10000
ca Cave I........ FlerUa' The setae sf said suit belnfer wkkk" r... er .Ilb.e.1 pea may Defense Rescue Unit each be granted 140000 per Chapter TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS

TAX SKHVICK: .; Free Estimates : Kerecloevr Ike ef property Morl..Susan.Is .. eBeiunbcrlit *> ..... avalBel, Ihe ..lal..4Ib.>. 61171 After a discussion, the request was table until legal RESERVE FOR CONTINOENCIEa 14.00000RESERVE
rlelts Butler Pia..sari
411 Walnut St. CCS. Clsr County, Florida. *.. late ef aald Ce Bty t* tk* Ceun.tr opinion I* received on the request. FOR CASH BALANCE: TO BK
TeL 114-1711 'roe Pick-up and Delivery ...,tb",* ss follows Judt-e *f Clay Ceumr. FlnrUda.
Let II. Hlnck' 4. )exAM1nfnnK.U.N (, kls erflce u ike urtkeuee Mr. Robert Wilson appeared and requested that the Board CARRIED FORWARD 12,00000
IVrsoiiHliz>> ."l Services Handle Any and AH af Teal Ne. I. seeeriB. te put ,.. at.( eald Cnuaty ef n:.e accept Plat of Unit Three Bellalr Subdivision. Also, an Airte-
eorded Plsl Book (. Psie Itas .
laAccounting I'lholstery: Needs! IB has Her I use. FUrlda ""1.
II, ef Ik* rirreat forMs sir ealendar meatks train must for Easement: on same for drainage. Motion by Commissioner TOTAL BUDGET 1121,100
&: Tax HAROLD BARLEY rernrde nl Clay Count r, tints or tks flret puhllralloa t"1
Wilson seconded Commissioner Oreen and carried
by ,
Il,,' Owner a Upholsterer. tt yr*. WITNKM my hand aelb.. Ikl,. ..tI.... T... **ple: .f i ESTIMATE OF EXPENSE. ROAD A BRIDGE FUND,
1 rite gel ef sell' Court al Ores Core chum' ar demand shell ke I to approve and accept both, which have been approved prior
Far IhllIlI. .'111... SB* stall stsi t". .laeef
.t Aeea.t, A DM lf... ..' .. a to this date by the County Engineer and Clay County Zonlni
4 reeldenr sill IMvet SEPTEMBER II, INI
Itu.iile5s i Firma & San and Upholsterer yr .1i
Clark er I" Circuit' CourtIEALJ dree *f Ik* rlalmant and .. I
HUMMELCphabterer Bri Vivian H. BokmCLASSIFIED ... ,. .. Board.Mr
C A. . eletwaM. laa
Iudi\'i.tJiII I le ky
I and th. Board. to II Reads 0 1,11000
( ) lilt Clerk eat nr sllerney ad ***em.B Harold Hill appeared requested 411.. Supervisor of
Notary Public -t ,no It. ..,. leI *.ld kv a flln fe* *f .rya check registration list for death (It check absentee ballot 411. Convict Guard IIJ20.11
...11.. and eurk .'.t. .. dtmaed
i.11.*"-.I ..lH.k* .. for voting Illegally (1) have both part!** on Election Boa nit. 411. Free Labor .tJ2O.oo

l 515.. H. MB*. The Chairman and Supervisor of Registration dated this had 421 Maintenance BulKllngi 1,10000
As .ree.la ef Ik*
tet W'l *B4 Teeta been done In the past and would be done In the future. 421 Maintenance of Equipment IUOO DO

ADSFOR I I meet Jailer.f.1."..... ,4'.lIe......... Mr BUI Donnell appeared regarding paving. of RoblrveUe 4114J4 Gasoline Oil 11.00000

I Flrel' enhllcalh5 A..*uet flit. Drive. Mr, Donrwll staled that he would pay for material If the General Supplies and Incidental 1.0000
IMI. B.ll. I*. It. (
421 Care of Convict\ 1,00000
- County would furnish labor and grader. work. Also he and other

= : treat .sours. ______ property owner would pay rat Of curt and gutter for this 411 Coal of Material 11.100 00

IN TUB OlRTtT f r.ttr Hreet, After a further discussion the Chairman advised Mr,, 441 Workmen Compensation Insurance 1,00000

tMiat JHOTIIK CLAY C I'NTT,. Donnell to. have the County Engineer approve all plan berot' Oat Itlghte of Way 1.10000.u

SALE Royal Standard FOR RENT) 4 beelraaaa heistcnfanilshea. r I111E -- -I" I I. \:.4'Ml**R' shy action could be taken by the bard Road Equipment 1,00000
L ate4 la Penn '' CinrriT COl'RT ntTII B. OEI -. appeared and presented Eaa. III Hoed Tai to Munklpalitls 11,50000
Typewriter shoal t yean eld. 1'111'' FOURTH Jl'rtiriAU' CIIU M.1511ffCECIL Mr J. C. Bapp, Attorney,
,.... CLMT, IN AND FUH OKAY I Ire to Clay County for rub I..
Cenalctely cleaned and re- 7 Farms. Big yard, CWl'NTV, FI .KII AIN vent for Phllllpa Investment. 00
eendltlen. Eteellent ran* to Pest Office and N.rp.Contact OUNCEHVFll 01. hefaadsalanrai Dump: re; Section 1..21. Also Resolution for closing part of TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS "' ,
>' .. salt or *i ITTH ., advertised, Motion HEflEItVK FOR CONTINOENCIESRMERVE .00000
d 111 I. n. Far Infermatien J. R. Everett lit Ill MKlrsrrrria Street In Me Kara Ho 4 S/D a* previously
hne tlt-1171 evenings. n... 1-17 Or IM U u i.RSI.IMStllSlaO OKIIteelde by Commissioner Murrhee, seconded by Commissioner Green FOR CA1II. BALANCE TO BE
% UMMTMS 1155rn5TSKM
I *** I'ukBewBVI t ,carried la. Easement also to rloae. road there being CARRIED FORWARD 12,00400
..n si s v nuai sot, I, lU ARM IIBHKMT NOT|> in< approve
kMkeeid Bed oil. Fim Ikel a suit sea keea filed no objection' from the Public to road seeing! -
BaiaU l',rlhl *.TH M acelaeteu' !. tk* at... .111th" I TOTAL BUDGET $ 00MTIMATE
"SALE of'
FOR ) TO: JAMS IIOLAND HAT .. .... and ,.. ar. ktreky r.. Mr Bapp also requested the Board to cluse part streetn

MOTERCYCLE FOR SALE Plan Phone 1I4-H7I. <''. Mr. H. E. Hay aired I. **r.. .*...pi.i..llrf.. WUmar Estatea lID.. ....m1..... There bring no objsetto-a or EXrt"4M FOR THE FINK A FORFEITURE
Pier Hevle. I Iteraer wke** Be*> sad '
Itil Rarify 1MCC till la 1-11. 2.3. Culumkua. Mississippi. : .,_ *.Bar k....*., year .rl| '!rom the Public motion we* mad by Commissioner Wilson, INI: ), cur (onvrY, FLORIDA FOR FISCAL TEAK
Tea are kikt Betlfed IkalIk lea ..,...... If any I* ... kill 'j and carried to. close.
rendltlan. 311 ..... .J Mvonded by Commissioner Orven.
gead *".*.*.-d Plll*.*re .... .........t IB said ..,,. cap? KNDItO: linEMan M, INI
Ml 11 filed. a BelltlnB IB Ik. ......* -kirk I* del| .re>4 I* y..u kere.Ilk Mr, Bspp prevented a Petition for road elating 'for Mr,
HOUSE FOR RENTS New styled, Court for Ik. BdoHMB .( I .. *r kefer BeploKkar ?harle* Smith r-; Section ,1.21 Motion by Commissions III Salary, Proaeeutin, Attorney i 0 SOO.OO
Ik. mlBor ."11. *.m't thins A. (). 1111. I
Early Ames yea. 1 ........ sal p.. are renmeaded.I*:. I I HefelBi fell NI I* derre p>1'1 3rem. seceded by Comlssloner Wilson, and tarried, to. approve Ill Salary. Sheriff, Deputise A "Assistant .711000

FOR 8 ALE I S beds.m haasean famished or afimlth4. near. |a>lo eeld ekour Cuurl ass M*O>.|.", Ik itItSI. .. *reu e Bee fer.Ike will relief k.* *atred prated f. *IksTNK petition and) have rite attorney advertise .legal notice I 111 Salary. Assistant Clerk'I: County JikU 1,10000

Highland Avrna. CCS. Far InrerautUn call lit rams .....14 .., k* sre.t.d.klkerole I 'n.. i I Mr Bspp presented Petition for road closing for Holly<< I f)| PPM A CiwV Clark ef Cl/rult Court 3,50000
.. I
and adjalnlng let. May he S.... M7-. ....,.... *Saala.l 14..t ,.War. ..nageae.i4 be PtATl'riM rr>n fiiroRrrWITNFJk PAID: en.a. Ine. rei; Bttneta In IUd..... Button' tl.4e. 4 Cast, Justice 5f ......* 8,10000

sold together ar separately ."....'... *>r .... a4 ... "ty Commissioner WlUon, ......... by Commissioner Dries and Ill Pee m Cod. Conslahld (.50000
r bu..dM' .. al Qreea
WITH! m* Mal erf **ld ( .
13,111.r hath. Call OCX I eel ., eald f'..rl al u,.*. r... r*.. Series* PUrld, IklaInk ,arried' to approv peUUon and have attorney advertise .hat.1noIkct. 1)1 Cbflvtaion, Fen ,100.01
'11.3/11.r Ht.llJS. ."rise. F1'l.<*. Ikle Ilik day day *7 A eel A. t*, 111 VVItnee 4 Juror Pea ,JOt Of
ef Aurnel IMIririR'iK 545tlTRnl
I. rtRUsl.hXlerk I. rUI.I".1; Motion by Commissioner Murrhee. secorvM by Commie* UI Other Court Coat Pe UOO$

lion FOR RENT 1 hrdraeans PLEASElOfay !I 55545.f I......' f'la/5 ,dI.., 1IMO-.MI, 7IM4-WJ a 7I.I..-J OJ with the following. t*> ill MalnienaM el Jail 4.00000
anfar I I It M I* It i P5NNI. K rot..fI
Of Alir.er fey P shun. ,*pUon* on Section ". IIMO-IKI, The ownership 1 of SKI par 144 Eipm other than .Salaries. Sheriff IUoo"

nkhed. Outside Green" Cave I tea= .L I.nCII-. -- A44reiJe r..bq. n.d/hg! tell .... 104. II). 104 A 111 shouM be eorrected from poremo.4ropmiea 11 In''I........ Shsrlfl' 70001
ea three sere af lead. Artedas .ke alllw F1- ... 1m, to 0 J ....nllH.t\o1I Mrs 114 Esi.lpmen4. Sheriff '.'/1000
welL Per laf rlsaU.s aaTK ar sa......0 *.!.. |f .... II I
II NStSBI*. Motion. by Conwnlssiotwr Mwih-a. seemwM br ComirtU4oner l>l r.)...,....n&. County Judge 100000

rail FerHa Wright tit-till I I w... I* kereky ft re a tkal a LUAL B err KMIM WllM. and 'arrV 4. to awthorlw the State Mao !-. I I -

N III-IISX '.Ih Q II 5.N..bee I. 5545. Mll.a5.r' alI I _: ; MrUnnt to spend a BMilmum ef IUMM for paving. dlWhM TOTAL APPWOPnUnOHBluutRVE 1121 1 14].M
D IB Ik flit Is
e'fU-k TH*) ('fJt'flY tar TUB I I
- -- rtra ("*.* *.ri..a. rtri**, a tg At ii>00l.1.: I con Settles .... '''''.'101. etieete In KerHar Itrtfhu ron COffTIlfotJlK"Ja
...... k<*n*. -.<..u k* .... krIk ,JrIeii.IK *-.IUTI .. Motion by ComMlastonsr. Wflbs wrut4 bf ComiUslonsf It ICourtlyRIJIKflVE 1MOMMUM
I OR RENTl S hedraaas aafar.ntaked I I Olr CeerN.Ma fey lkurled ,
If ease./Nh/ .-" L\'K\ LLUAASSTH -rwoo.; .,,,,,tIM, and taf M4, i ID H **i4 CavMniastonsr Lewie. L. roM NTINOENarj
..._. Last how *a wee 1 I ,
West r....... deem C.... ss a, :..:-..: ff.I = T* *U Credit*** **. !.*.- Itsntiey a* a SAnU-r of the Clay C wet f Juvenile Court MniJoud. I ,41- MwrlMftmrnrE
r_.ers ..,,,.. 1 1n rle.... I le... .*..aa*) Chapter Mfl II,'. i ron co mNOE atsM4Cmwily yv ,
.....11..1111. l-tl-t-lp n,.... A...... Bald *>..Wf i I pr I
vtxj! CAN ... Mgr. bU **) M .4verUeed] M and auto* Judg $10000
I I All *." beds ear ins sad evk ef re* kMk :1 I At thl UM th was aver

pp "tJIrrcllLSTFIRES eat e.4 eS IB_.Ike, I. .Ike....**.4a evcceeud. **dee >. Net. 4ltod ear ttoMw ee re...M'.r e U ieeSkHk *.: Mttt copy BMfhlMo f.r the ""It', "n-.. K....... InMTtwtatHkaatheorJy I RESERVE ION CAJIII BALANCETO 'I'

FOR RENTl t ........ been ar. _s*4 M .. B***... *4kie ..*. *, .H*e. ., r** mar 44M Ut the aM..4 of IMIIM After a Ih v SC CARRIED FORWARD unto
_>.. ... I* *>ek* kB*.. .e.* sMM Ik. e*e.i* ef Me* I .
III Crprvaa. ....rMy faraWad. b..r ..t...ilee ifc.**<*. M Se, nteae.a _..ie.fc deeeeeed.tele t,tsiiUn. axthwi .aa rude by CemsnUsienrr One.. IaMr4.4 brMMsaaiixnr 1141-124
Far Ufermatiaa akaet-1 I II I.... a.. e4 eek* Cat I* Ik* f*.... WO***, sal *.rne4 J* aspreee bidHs4.ee TOTAL SVDOET

Gel 2$4.1IL ,. / IM<(1i< dab P-Vase ir C...444 el Me* e4.nr ff. *(VM M Ik. r f9f\..t< !j J ) by' Caee-whateriir Wants. .*ami d bf CMMRIftemrr *- The eMit here .......... bee estimate ef Revenue for the

,!..MM* ..*.*<..Hi. sd seta.L >ie.-c (.5.5/f.. .sshs.el O.e.: i Of... and earned. to ****H Ama 9mtlm.i4 lass Ill .waist. ,.d* to be rMMbla. e rpwteIw the flseal Yeaf End.ag .
" sel.al.t C.* _.Ps... r- IM 11.55M a. wwMlary tnrt) MWlalbd *< Urea ..,...". Vr a StreH frMUara Sefteaabaf. IM*. ...... .......... Nfl Mdered] (prealWM .

3' siNF.Ss" "j IN.. 1.y1..5, .=-:; .wf f..Lai.N lbwe.4i. I. Swtlrra/d t. Ma4*,'""* Drrve. Orwei Siresfoss I i" ... enlmels* al IWe SMvUn* all were M IMle>w*>

I AREA DIRECTORY ..wad seed M 5.wt ..(. -- '" ._._------ -- MTIXATC Of REVEMlf A RECEIFTl GENERAL REVENUE
a1.fl osas. II. .fas..f ewwry.
I II II 1111 II 111111 II I II It. 1111111 III II '.' II . . . II II II III II C ad .ad o.us en- ....-.. :::=a. AQ = soeaL aces.sus. ftltn F1 CAi YEAR KNDMO EFTEMBE ... I MlM
524 SMWsI -II | Ta... i K MU1 x* .....**. Hlutllan,. ef
,I __ Se be 1M ...-. be.N..e. .
t&n.Gln'I I' RR'5T1u (otrvn r.qurwcyI us ..-, ..l 55w. .......* *f ........ ie e******* I..N f. n'tJeI.J1.t.. II14J49MIN
i !I _.... .. .. fr..ra. e.w.r ..* .... eJa *.w *. s>lir )assess. e.4 flee =tL.!= Ukranea IMtMIII
esla.. and mO rears..OgeesM _.. .0.554 ....- N few.e. .... w ..aWy biaMe ""as. I
AIR SUAR Fturrrru co. -tt .._ -- ..55 ass.p IBM w ......r ANoah fi': ISa.. Ratkead a TU.'..*i $0004
EASTtRUXO PEANUCTR.2.bt. VHERKAMomct :elf 11/h -. .. W. web.. Iwear. 1s w5.. ": IMJOIMIU
"., PsssIr1..p e p.r
A. Naawl..4 w ..... PS ..t'c K W..L 0.... --.w.J-: 4..S 4a 1:: III lla. Traefe
Preawrtptkae SsrrtMCtangileU ..... App..ese t-pptr co. wit ash t..4.rae 515Mr n... .. ai..:._ M. 5M ..._ liMietaMM Agent* Celt License Tai IMMIU
-- MN.babg51aa15ro.eb ......... ......... : r.W.: .: .y rSr "'.. UTI"
(1- : : Jturt. 1510 ::1l-- ftosgntsl A14 to I4i.*aia
: .
O *nir Jg PfpCCaaserM I I ... --.... ..... Herd K. Jem *r. Ownrr ..,.. p arr 1Lw A..... II.I" ...>*,.*. ..*4 -. M ..4 sa.WIle. I 1..4.0..0........_ a. In OaewitaUanaJ Ueenee* UOUO
ET ,.....: . ** .. free
54 *d .se Mp.ew.
( >
.......... rI .... ... .... It - .... ..- ..- .lr" I A IM Swerage tkeaeea 16101
Pt3aPirnuautJal I KiT. .... ...... 0.c.r.. pa.,.( "t M*.... !..*. IN $tdlltlr.IenW4 A Loots g fee 1.0""
1a1/iRS om. Srpi+aal sal ...... V. ... w'55 ..555154.TT .I 5555.4 C1. i See//. brae.
M.adaSmKlrs1 OftkutCawnlne RrMp. .nMI TRY A A _a... us f10pwlr A C, 111 EMMPeea 11.00/00
paiHern,. sal Aa.atlo ; ...'.., ..... ,. 111 OrtM DanalkM*" Othet thait halo M
.. WeiBieeSe 4Ows N W
,, I.,> far Travel Lhae OreKUky x l4 *. .us..5 are t-; 0l A 1151. S w*. Patna. Olsraasa.a :3000Cal6
Used Traflsra.SatJt P>.iartn I : FOR Ml-.4 I. MB Id Tee** aCT "" b' .- 0Sa.h.ae. ..
un Slaw.aS Net IJaeneOl I ft Sti I II > ..*., P*. *ie -***e. Las w. Ires b 1 rattle I
wit "
* ****IB*. pna. ..*S.. a_ .... ..14hi .
FT I CTT IMMMtR (IlollttS. bamsm Julemslb *.t1 MN' ...A .... +.d a ,.,. l|
1 4.11 Part Q RESULTS
2.1736I I I I I t .I l.tl. ... tt

-:--'----'''', ........ ..... .. . .. ._ .., . AM. 1 '''l . [ I

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PAGE BIGHT Eay< !( (County Grcsccut THURSDAY AUGUST 11. 1It


IN THE (Continued from Pate 7) FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 1', 1t6S
THE UITUUP FLORIDA TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS $258,25900 130 Taxes 1.73 Mills on Assessed valuation of with SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN BEEF

AND FOR CLAY 'CIR-I LESS 5% 12,91295
IN CHANCERY I $23.308,384 8 44,28D.00 PLAID STAMPS

NO. CIK60JAMB8 YO.NQE.flalntlff. 95% OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 245,348.05 160 Fees, Sheriff Civil 2000.00 CHUCKROAST
BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: 144 Fines A Forfeitures, Estreated Bonds 35000.00

CASH 8MS395 176 County Judge Receipts 1,776.00

PAUL STRICKLAND BALANCES $327.800 LESS 5% 4,453.211 4)
Its E: .M .n HtntrtBlarkihear
UeorilaBEK.NhK 95% OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 84,811.75
ole Muultrl Sim SEPTEMBER 30, 1965
RF.D. Jeff.rnonvHle, Ueorgla CASH S8.488.211
J. C. COLLINS 130 Taxes 3,60 Mills on assessed valuation of SQUARE
Rout No. 1Hrreven. '
soma $$25.308,384 t DI.I08.80 I TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS

XELUM. COLL.INU and 111 dusollne Tax 20% of the 7th cent 28,00000 AND BALANCES $141,10000 lr GUT 45c
MAltY l> COLUN8 hi* wife ,,
Rout' No. I 111.1 Gasoline A; Motor Fuel Tax (County Surplus) 811.000.00 The Budget for the Fiscal year ending September 30, 1965,

I/DRAH 8 rn.n.HULON Georgia XU.UN8 112 Motor Fuel Tax 20% of the 7th cent 900.00 i having been adopted the Board of County Commissioners pro. % LB I I ,

Rout, (No.Oeorgi lArreven l 113 Auto-TraiMportatlon Mlllage Tax 4,000.00 ceeded to fix the rate of mlllage for the several funds for the

CLKONA COLLINS AHPIVWAU Fiscal year ending September 30, 1965. After careful consideration

and J.her It. huo"and"rrnen.AMPINW ALL, TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS tI89.008.80 of the Estimate of Expenses and Revenues as prepared by

Ui-orirl LESS 5% 8,450.44 the; Clerk to this Board and upon Motion of Commissioner "Super-Right* Western Beef "Super-Right" Boneless Swiss

VERA and MAE CLADDK C'OII.INII DEEN BEEN, 95% OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 178.658.38 Murrhe, seconded by Commissioner Green and carried, the BONELESS CHUCK I

her' hunhandllr BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: Board voted unanimously to fix the milage as follows: Steak Ib. 79o
Htnl (lenrulaf.TI '
| >K roLLINUllrMnl. CASH 36,841.64 Finding it necessary to raise for the General Fund of Clay BONELESS STEW
: .COI.MMi neorulaKHVIN County Florida by direct taxation upon all the estate and '

Krlnlnl, nmirvlnRETTT TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTSAND personal property within the bounds of said County, which I Is GROUND CHUCK fiE' KSrnrr:
Wlrilito'w'UiIlAN anti >218.400.00 j
WALTER MORAN her hunband BALANCES liable for taxes according to law to meet the expenses which CUBED 189t

74 Hudson MI r.ot.Alh.no. will necessarily have to be paid from the Oeneral Fund the Canned
Ohio) YOUR Armour Star Cooked
MAI1YII.I.IAM1 DefendantNO.. sum of $327,60000 (Less estimated revenue) It Is hereby or.

Keeldeno' claJmlnalnlerel UnknownAll LEGAL NOTICE 'I"III! UK 117NO SlIT dered by the Board of County Commissioners of Clay County CHOICE 59 PICNIC 3 3LB. CAN $1,79Morton's
In .the property herein diatrlbedbr. ... CLAY COl'NTY, FI/ORIIJA JOYCE!: VIOLET OILMAN Florida that a tax of 3.00 Mills upon each dollar of the as> Frozen Chicken Turkey or
thrnuith under, or .InetRichard In Clunrrry 71 Hath Htreet sensed valuation of all Real Estate and Personal Property within IB
Iirnnutt Hr or R. Walter
Bennett. or their helm-U'mlnnlit IIIf EUV No.II.I..J..64 ItOI'K INII YOU lirlalol AUK/ fonnaylvanla ilfcltUUV: : NOTIFIED the boundary lines of Clay County, Florida, on January lat, . BEEF POT PIES SsaOS: *

All hat.rtl..ny* havingor right, title<, or In. Plaintiff that a Cult Rae been filed 1964 which is subject under the law for taxation be and the
avalnet In the above entitled
t.re.tin bed. the property herein de. XltEI Hol'KINHHoftnliint Y. ' <.*>u.. and you you are hereby reuuirrd > fame Is hereby 4uwesned and levied for said General Fund. K'IAL! JAXK: PAKKKll: FRESHLY; BAKKI:n

pen YOU! ARID: HFIIKBT: NOTI. to Curve upon plaintiff a. Finding It necessary to raise for the Road and Bridge Fundof
M>1IC rl OK HI IT Httnrney whoa nam and addi 1-J.H.
FIKD. IHDKKKII: AND I"| TUB HTA1K ti" HXiHiHA-TOFKKH : ... appear heron your Wtl.n ,- Clay County Florida by direct taxation upon all real estate I Pe 39c
2 ItECTKD: to flu an on.w..r orother ; bill Apple NtZ
If the '
IIOI'KINHRreldencr defeneei any to and personal
plcudln.. In I'lalnllff UnknownYIIJ of complaint' In weld suit miiy < | property within the bounds of said County, which EACHSPECIALfMAHVEL
Complaint Amended' real for partition I AUK iiKiihiir; NOTFKIKI which I* delivered to you her, Is liable for taxes according to law, to meet the expenses which
I of rerla'n properlyInr.l.d ) thai" roll him l been. f'led.or.IUI with, on or Iodun Heuleniber" 1$, I YAXII.L.CIIO('. OH STKAWHEHKY
In any County, Florida, In tl.kov.ntltledrao.e .A.I'I IVU.Jlerrh. will necessarily have to be paid from the Road and Bridge
.. you
danrrtbpit Loin 07 and follow.OK. to-wlf"Kertliin' : 4. end vim ere hireby r.. tall not or d.or.e .pro Fund, the Bum of $216,40000 (Less estimated revenue) it Is I
\ pUlotlfft ronfeaio will b. entered ana net OAL.
aulrrd lo eervtupon
TOWN OK OIlAVflM PARK hereby ordered by the Board of Commissioners of Ice Milk 39c
ttorney whom name end addr.ru.pp for the relief IIrll)ed In th County Clay 1/2
according to i j'j't:: lunrtu herrnn your .rlt. Gull! of <'oniilulntTMR |, CTX.SPECIAL .
of the ( : er County Florida that a tax of 3.60 Mills upon each dollar of the
ten d.f.no.a If iny to
COMPANY HOMK. AND, of IMPItOVKMKVT r'.rnrd In: |J':** Honk K it pun III and. Kino of "which I" deliver" to ouherewith I my Ireen Coy within the boundary lines of Clay County. Florida, on January
before October seal of said Court at
the In 1'1111 I'uhlln nook. Record I, .1 pan of tl Clay, of a. A.p. li nn 4Herein or ....rln...., jo'l"rld., this HU day I, 1664 which 1s subject to taxation under the law, be and the P. kl 1PINT(1O2. 25c29c
full nol or it.rre. pro of AUMUet AD. I I4.UrXHKlkl es (. .
County. Morlda.ml . thereof ronfeeiin will he award ...ln.l U CAIIUHLB, same is hereby assessed and levied for the Road and Bridge JAU
.tv. envy 'loonl'Inlntlfr. \
In Ihihill ( Clerk Circuit Court
preyed fund.
von for the relief
n. C
KiRlilK. Hunk Ntilld'n' Orecn of rnmplnlnl' By Vivian H. H hm SPECIAL: A&P FANCY (IIIADB "A" YELLOW: CLING(J
TUB NATl'UM OH1 'HAtO SUIT lM..all Deputy ClerkT. Finding It necessary to raise for the Fine &; Forfeiture Fund
Cove "Hnrlnrn' Florida, on or he.for
the "th' dev of A.I".m..r.I. Iirivn\ : for divorce. J. Jentiliiiia., Jr.Attorn. of Clay County Florida by direct taxation upon all real estate l'jjll
.. WITNKHN my bend and these.1 for I'Ulntlft \xc\
otherwlae mid Complainte of mid Cour lit Hr...n CoveHnrlnite A4dreni: and personal property within. the bounds of said County, which Peaches CAN

Amended Hv ..will.*. he taken iefrttmmA of Aiiiriint. florid. A D. .l*I This 4.OFlltflB IRk day ilrn$*.O. HonT1 Cov lI rnl./ .. Florida is liable for taxes according to law, to meet the expenses which SLICEDSPECIAL : 1 13 OX..

IT U ORDBRBD that till No. '1-17 .... 10, 17 will necessarily have to be from ft
lire rAltl.lKLR I paid the Fine ; Forfeiture Fund, .
lo AI''ar be pul>H hed oniweek ANN PAng HEALLY; }'IXEMayonnaise
for four cnnneiMitlveweeka I'lnrk Circuit. Court the sum of $141,10000 (less estimated revenue) it Is hereby
In Clar B y Vivian II HohmHeal ,
the County Cre
rent a newannner publlehcd/ In (' ) I Penuty Clerk MlI. JIo..1'1QI I ordered by the Board of County Commlwloners of Clay County,

, Cll'ONP.mtANDlnRPRRPD. H.Altnrney K. Nichols I far Plaintiff Florida that a tax of 1.75 Mills upon each dollar of the assessed 45c
: *, TILE nitcriT roi'itT "rTHW JAR
Oreen Cove Oaring. Flor'An, thin Add,..., KDUItril! JUDICIALCIIWUIT valuation of all Real Estate and Personal Property within
\ tlth dRY of Au.u.t. t..4, Iii I ('umOil' TUB' Uckeonv,,, Florid KOK CXAV COUNTY. NAND Clay County, on January tat, or Llbb,'. 48 Os Can
I CIRCUIT rot MITH 1.17,1.1,10,11LEGAL CIIANCttKY1'AHM 1964 which 1s subject to taxation under the law, be and the Sweet IVas 8 H-oz. c-mm $1.00) TOMATO) JUICE: Zoict'mh !>
VlvUn It. Hohm, NOTICBIN NO (.9111 sums U hereby assessed and levied for the Fine A Forfeiture Green Giant Mexlrorn or
Deputy (lerk ('OM M telll'l IAI. AlVKHTANCK
THE CIRCUIT wtmr COItl-UHATUiN.' a corporation, Fund. NililetH Com K 7-oz. Buns $1.00

f' or CLAY COUNTY, rumii flalntlff V.. Complying with the request the Board of CommissionersOf Ann Page Zesty Tomato

Don't train your dot to hunt nON RDWAIUI IN (/I A 1'1/1' IIOII.MAN:"Y J. I). SMITH and MAnniR L.HMIIM the Florida Bhlp Canal Navigation District that a levy of .10 KHclmp 3 14-oz. bottle 490TitM1 t
' huiband and wit.,
l turkeys u rtvultttoni prohibit l-lnlnliri' |I.r.nd..nt. of a Mill be made, it U hereby ordered by the Board of County

hunUnf turkeys with a dog jnrcn vinijcr_IIOH.MAN. noiHH OK'luMH MIM(.'hoe-... !.ost nnfHOI Commissioners of Clay County, Florida, that a tax of .10 Mill /

-- TRIO'" STAIN or "IAlltiIIA-1'O: upon each dollar of assessed valuation of all Real Estate and SO Extra
J. l>. MMITH ....Iuo. Ht>.
Personal Property within the boundary lines of
Non 147 IKiiirthlei North Car. Clay County Plaid
Una MAOUIIC U MMITH reel. Florida on January lit, 1964 which U subject taxation under Stamps

FIRST FEDERAL North don. Carolina PO. lies ISO Hhudhlee. the Law be and U hereby assessed and levied for said Florida With this coupon /awAay.f ..ill'r

YOU AltK HRRKOT NOTN Ship Canal Navigation District MM kk. IIMM A Haede.
FIICU that a Complaint to fore.lne lireea l.akell Nee
< a reruln moiu'; e on the In accordance with the provisions of Section 154.3. Florida )tux Killer > Wctkr. MM)
followlnadeeprlbed real property Statues of 1951 1IB hereby ordered by the Board of County Firm RipeTOMATOES
Savings & Loon AxHoointioti of Stnrkotil loiated In flay County, ,.. ..
Florida, to.wlti Commissioners of Clay County Florida that a tax of 1.15 Mill Ca. a..4 Bk L..I Mi

N. Temple Are. KM5tt 1 at'hi the. parcel North of Raet land' corner b.gl.nint ant upon each dollar of assessed valuation of all Real Eatate and I. I9f LB

SERVING JOUR Tl ft. to South. Raet corner, Personal Property within the boundary lines of Clay County, I
sal. $100 ft. to the Mouth Weet I
HOME LOAN NED8i ...,.. ....t... I..... ,.. .. 4'urn.rl ken's II ft. to. the Florida, on January tat, 1964, which U subject taxation under I IIT" Eastern Rand White
"" ".., .......J, ".fI..... North W.at corner hence l.oft the law, be and the same 1s hereby assessed and levied for
.... to f beilnnlnaNorth
r *
I POTATOES 110 lBS 49l
SAVINGS NEEDS "rr AlVlhe'N'orlh the Clay County Health Unit 2.'T l .rlnn
1 r.tMI*. psa'le..r.d.ateip PUS on..1ll1t1'1'' The Board of Public Instruction of Clay County, Florida, tD .

\ She ..... r..t... .. j... ....r or Meet(lavernment' of Mend lot Clay 4 J Ivlnv it.Mnrlnaa having filed their certificate of Mlllage levied by said Board 'J/llid Sin111j18 .1 Fresh RipePEACHES
: s k no". .. Ike tlr.." ('one *
and I'alatka old M..ad, showing that for the Clay County General School Fund a Mill. | | With this coupoa A purcfcaee .( VHi
0.. ..CI..t" P.. ..... .e ..Hnd..4t1..01, / Hood age of 10 Mills had been levied and assessed; for Special School .. I9c LB.
il, ........ .. 4i/4Q/ .......... >. number 11 et pan 411. eio.t>lRirte A. . II ... .." f'lj .
,... ...t.... ....,.,........, recorded In l>eeil nook Tax District No. 1. a tax of 10 Mills had been levied and assessed ,: I'ork & Iteaim :..35c; 1 III
14. ..... itO. Dred H....kNo ; said Certification by the Board of Public Instruction ow
AD uc..nll InsurH wp I. 'I......M II FM.1C tl. '.a* III. l>..<1 lloulinumher J, f. n-..-.. r1 Jamb Sweet Ripe
y .. .
Il' .
41 al t>*se lit and was approved and ordered spread upon the minute of this e je t.....k ,..... .. :II
"SIN: nitMT j FKJlKJtAh: FlIWT" lived Hook No. II al I'nere II, meeting HONEY DEW MELONS 59Ea.
nubile' record of Clay Count mIMIMIWIWIWI.tHI.IfIWJl
rlnrldai all !lying and being The Board of County Commissioners of Clay County .
j .... .
4 ITawnehln
lot .11011
In ttaverament
T 'Mouth (Hanae It.r. Florida further resolved that the Assessor of Taxes of Clay

.., Un Tount. Florida County, Florida, be and ls hereby directed to levy and assess all 1JJm White Beauty I U>. Can

..1\ NEW AND and Held record pr l> .rl. "In keln l>.*d*1'M" rrlh ik :T.l the foregoing taxes as fixed and levied by this Board. upon all 25 Extra NHOKTKNINd: ........- ... 49c

i ha,..a*.been III. (lay filed County aaalnel, ricrlda yuu.nd ,. the property, both Real and Personal In said County within 'Yr.. D Plaid Stamp f! Bright &U

USED CARS .. ran ef lour..ltll'o"I.I."...r ,.,.. heretofore fixed and determined by this Board and that all With tklc cup.a A aurckai* .( i ill SOFT KINSE: ...................... qt. 31c
l>le4ln In Hi* Ass r*.. O.elle.e .4
MIMIH l-Ulntirr .lIn rn.r. T 1JKNNINU property subject taxation In said County as to all Uses IHMIIIIII Ann Page I Oa, Pt,.

Van NESS BUICK-PONTIAC Inc. Norton, fit*. Jit. lint l, and 171.Jemea linen T, tovled or Intended to be, be entered on the assessment roll under ( Salt |>kK.,, fit !'JWMk : Eon) NOODLES) : ....... . 19c
c.v. unrln.*. Florid. and til. the head of County Taxes and upon aU property lying and /r. J 1 t. a.s..e4
the orleliol. .".W" or 1'1.l *4. Ball 2 Lb. U OS. Box
-a .he.aab A..5 Mr1MIYIYMIMIiil
.ffo. rrf Cl.tkof being within the boundaries of said County as of the tat day of 1I.L.
Ins In Ike
Grail c... Sprlnn tk. Circuit. Court ., flay January I.... i DETEHdENT: : : .......... 49c
w... A Bettor P.>1 Is Made Vaa Ness WM Make III 4'uuntr, Florida 'nu .r bf..r* !
the Illh da* .f (>r ebr. "ta, n U further ordered that the Clerk of this Board of County AAP i Lb cm
u... *r a .ecr*. are *...f...* I Commissioners of Clay directed to '4i IN OIL) MA1U3ARINE:.. 29c)
County Florida be furnish (
'all) k* .",.,.' analnet >.u S f .iiiiii>I ) fi211U 111it.: !
$ $ SAVE This nellf.* shill k* Hehe4 the Assessor of Taxes of Clay County Florida a full and complete Our Own M Cl.
$ $ earn ..ek tar leer ee.. '
Fees....ulI"* ...10. In ... CUriNiuntf copy of thM foregoing minutes. In so far as Ute same relates ( PLAn 4VGAki TEA: IIAflS ...._...... ...... 49c
OMent .( 4lra Cafe to the levying of taxes, ,tt. r 5O&.bG
II1>r....... Florid. Country Mill 3 Lb. 11 Os. JuS"IU'P
,... cad tile Motion by Commissioner Wilson seconded by Commissioner .
wrTNKHN! mv .. ............... Only 4Dc
.. .f M CVurt at ripe. Corleee "
..... IM-IIM *l ** Murrn. and the and
Dlml has carried bills were approved war. f
,, .
FI, rM. skis" Ink day f wha .... C'__ and f Dally
to fax IN.'... OCt August Alt 1154i.rm5Q rants. ordered drawn In payment of same as will appear by War Leek... ear :
(Clerk .f$Ike.. Circuit"hUllt.1.four:. rant Uats numbered JJJ JJS-A. and 3J5-B. which lists are here. ..... ewtwe 11 e. .... I IHH1 FMI))) .. :3 IG 02. ran,* 2oo

.f <''It r....,lr. FUrldnl by adopted at a part of these minutes aa much so as If set out l.iluill, S"'t.tllf'f ft.HI Marcal 200 CV

I'I''I a "It, 0.1....*II llI It ____ la full herein. CNLe J15..4..4 I NAPKINS ... .................... OnlyiVm

"'t..Eo D. McCaU. County Agent, appeared' and presented : Sunshine Oa. Ptg

:i 'I'IJ"''I".' ","" '"rt.'''' ,_ ,'II ',II'l'II'tN-Ji I each Commissioner with a copy of the 1MJ Annual Report of ._ _... ..t; (,CHEF: : .ITS ........... . :21e!
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** \; ,,,,,,, he FWrfce Airrirunur Extension ServtM. Also Mr. M.-Call ad. ,...._._______________________e..0 A. A P Chunk IS OL Call

kqb hard that tw would attend the Annual Soil Conservation' SuperVisors I .--_. ;': I.I01IT TfNA..._.__....... 27c

I 50 PLAID STAMPS The Meeting Clerk In presented Sarasota the Florida Dud, on a letter August as It-tl.rwlvvd 1944 from I .Horn\ PlAID .i A6P 7 Os- CanILII

:b! air William A. Cualas, retarding his recent arrest In Clay .. ) WHITE TL'NA. :.V1.00

County for fishing violation. Judge l T J. Klein appeared and I .. STAIIPS : A 4 P French Frkttf" 11 Oa Ptg.1"OTATOKS .

; advised that tie would stand on his judgment In the rae f ..._ 1 J : ; ....' ... __ :)c
/ Ikla Cxpa U lilt / BIM A p.m111w' tI
i I I UoUon by CMnmlsatonrr Wilson smndwd by Commlaronet i with 3M f A P U Os. Jar
I ,"".' M-*4 WUw. aa>4 purchase *> :
.1 w.t (FREE*' .* M IWaitM FUU *Unip. Uurrhee. anj earned the Board adjourned to meet again aa aBoard SCHOOL) PPLIES: : INSTANT CXIFFKBNatisre : : .. tt.
I ollqu.ItlaUoA,
Ilk a nUi .... pvrrlt.** .f aia. : OrahMnCKACKEKX 1 Lb Pkf.
II'' The Board immediately reconvened as the Board .f CquaBaaUwi : IlL .... : :31eN.ltro
I, ... I :
for the IN4 Tu Roll u edwrlia fat .T. .w a. .w.W:1 Prvtntam 8lUn I' BOB
Mr Thomas MrOifTTn the svdvabreta :
H .PPN.dtW .. ..._
to &dukQl'IIM'cilll and petena3 protwrty taxes far the Orange Park tOmtorgarVn.

: 1 SWKATEHS: THIS \VKKK: : CLEANED: Sk? Alan: appearing was Mr Frank O X..., Attorney, for Mrs Make ." IWI". 'M'aaar

Plots a McOitfl*. freatdvnt of U... UndergaiUn. After 4hsCUMion I i f Jawief
IIt +l art CJb ,
I. t with the Tu Annaoi.County Attorney and Mr. Kurka, '

HOrn) Us.\S.S CLEANEHS2IM : Mtian was ma4e by CommkMtonrr VTUmv. ascended fey OMH r..rwwao..wV.wMYour

:: l'. S. lli".y 17 Osatonrr. Ocean arid MnW4.1O accept the Tat RoU as pr*> food Stores
":J "lenUd, the Tax AMft w.
This Coupon Offer -
.." . Expires Aut. list. Orange Pi.rk, Flu. Motion. fey CteunlMeotter WUaon. sexooatd fey dmals. '

stoner 0""". and tarried the board adjounwd to wet again School Supply
I .
. d
M UtwL-A.
....t.. ..._ .... 10.... Fee Tor ..t .......... .. LAP ......... 1 sets 1. In Regular rUalon. M U. atond- Monday tt 4Vp4tfBkr, that / i $...,. Ass.. IS g

.a. *** *.* t'__> j bring the 14th day at Bf4 enfert. IM4. at 9 M Yaork.. A. w.I I Headquarters Dn.1
i't m x. Oruce Aes

: mt' t'JK' c.1';I ... l'V':': .t', "' '\ Attest: LOCI U KUNTUY, Cfelrwta I s. aPwglan ass'?::aaP en. Ltiae R4)f
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I.: :. .Ji.JlfgA.in. .. .JdL . OEOROK U CARLIsL: E. CVtk \